A plea has been made for discussions at the upcoming COP28 summit to focus on tackling the devastation occurring in non-forest regions. The call comes as concerns grow over the widespread destruction of these areas and the urgent need for action.
The University of Manchester, who made the appeal, believes that the destruction of non-forest regions is a pressing issue that requires immediate attention. They argue that the environmental impact of this destruction is significant, with devastating consequences for biodiversity and ecosystems.
In order to raise awareness and rally support, the university has launched a social media campaign. They are urging individuals to share the message and join the conversation using the hashtag #SaveNonForestRegions.
The plea has gained traction on various social media platforms, with many users expressing their concern and pledging their support. The university hopes that this groundswell of public support will put pressure on world leaders to prioritize the protection and restoration of non-forest areas.
As COP28 approaches, all eyes will be on the discussions surrounding this critical issue. The University of Manchester and its supporters are optimistic that their call for action will not go unheard.