The government presents an embryo of a French strategy for biodiversity

Highly anticipated, the ten-year plan aims to halt the decline of flora and fauna by protecting 30% of the territory.

Five axes, 72 measures to halt the decline of fauna and flora in France: one month before the presidential election, the Secretary of State for Biodiversity, Bérangère Abba, unveiled the outline of the national strategy on Tuesday for biodiversity, intended to constitute a framework for action for the next ten years. The entire plan, which was originally due to be presented at the beginning of March, will not be presented until later, said the Secretary of State: “This first part must still be amended after the adoption of the global strategy at COP15, which should take place in China at the beginning of September”she said, pointing out that “several operational aspects would also be specified”.

This postponement had been requested by the associations for the defense of the environment, which considered the draft strategy “unsuccessful” and “not ambitious enough”. In recent weeks, the various bodies consulted on the text had, for these same reasons, issued a series of negative opinions. “In…

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