World 'Failing' on Pledges to End Deforestation by 2030, Report Says

November 6, 2023 EcoVadis ‏‏‎


A coalition of research organizations and civil society, the Forest Declaration Assessment, has conducted a new study that evaluates the progress toward eliminating deforestation by nations, companies and investors, as well as restoring 865 million acres of degraded land, by the end of the decade.

The report, “Off Track and Falling Behind,” shows that last year, progress worldwide on restoring and protecting forests worsened in some cases and moved too slowly overall.


Read the full article at: www.ecowatch.com

About the Author

EcoVadis ‏‏‎

EcoVadis is a purpose-driven company whose mission is to provide the world's most trusted business sustainability ratings. Businesses of all sizes rely on EcoVadis’ expert intelligence and evidence-based ratings to manage risk and compliance, drive decarbonization, and improve the sustainability performance of their business and value chain. Its AI-powered risk mapping, actionable scorecards, benchmarks, carbon action tools, and insights guide a resilience and improvement journey for environmental, social and ethical practices across 200 industry categories and 175 countries.

Follow on Twitter Follow on Linkedin Visit Website More Content by EcoVadis ‏‏‎
Previous Article
Apple, Nike and others push Asian suppliers to buy clean energy 
Apple, Nike and others push Asian suppliers to buy clean energy 

A group of global companies including Apple, Nike and PepsiCo have launched the Clean Energy Procurement Ac...

Next Article
Helping companies navigate today’s evolving global ESG regulatory landscape 
Helping companies navigate today’s evolving global ESG regulatory landscape 

In recent years, environmental, social and governance (ESG) reporting for companies has moved from a "nice-...

×

Don’t Miss a Thing
Get sustainable procurement news from around the world straight to your inbox

Subscribe →

First Name
Last Name
Opt in to receive more information from EcoVadis
Thank you!
Error - something went wrong!