A new model of ecological protection protects forests and wildlife in Indonesia
A new conservation model for Indonesia is being developed by the United Nations.
It has been called the “greenest and most efficient model of sustainable management in the world” and is designed to provide “a more effective and sustainable response to the threats posed by climate change”.
The new model, called the Ecological Protection Framework, was unveiled by the Secretary-General of the United States, Nikki Haley, at the United Nation’s General Assembly in New York last week.
She said it would help protect forests and other wildlife and “reduce the risks and costs of climate change”, adding that the “world is moving in the right direction”.
She said the framework would be a “game-changer” for the region and the world.
The framework will also be used to create an international code of conduct for climate change, to promote sustainable development, and to protect biodiversity, according to the US Department of State.
The blueprint has been in the works for a year, with its first draft being released last October.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) said it was the world’s first national code of practice to address the threat of climate disruption.
“We have a unique opportunity to shape the next century’s environmental agenda,” said EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt.
The EPA said it had already received more than 1.2 million comments on the draft framework, which was presented by the US Agency for International Development (USAID).
The EPA has been working with the government and local governments to develop the framework.
The draft document includes a number of policies to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and to address climate change.
The plan includes the creation of a national plan for the protection of forests, protected areas, and wildlife.
The United States is one of four countries in the Global Partnership for the Conservation of Wildlife.
The other countries are Australia, Canada, the European Union, and the United Kingdom.
In a statement, the US National Parks Conservation Council said the new framework was a major step in the US commitment to reducing greenhouse gas pollution and supporting conservation.
“The US is working with our partners to develop a blueprint to protect forests, marine habitats, and water resources for future generations,” it said.
“This framework will help protect the planet and reduce the risks of climate destruction.”
The EPA and the National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPS) said they would be working to finalise the draft document in the coming weeks.
“I’m proud to have been the keynote speaker at the U.N. Environment Summit last week and I’m glad to see this important blueprint has come to fruition,” Haley said in a statement.
The US EPA has received more over 1.5 million comments about the draft proposal.
The proposed framework, the first of its kind in the global forest and wildlife community, will be released on Thursday.
The new blueprint includes a new National Action Plan to address CO2 emissions, forest degradation, and climate change and will be used by the EPA and NPS to promote the preservation and protection of wildlife and forest ecosystems.
The agency said it will also help develop an international conservation code of action.
The American public has a right to know that the U-turns to climate change will have a major impact on their health and the quality of their lives, and that the administration will make the right decision to reduce CO2 and protect our climate.
“It is time to make climate change an issue of national and global concern, not just an issue in Washington, D.C.,” the EPA said.
“In the United State, climate change impacts are already impacting wildlife, including endangered species, endangered plant species, and forests.
We must not let climate change endanger those species and the forests they depend on.
The U.S. has already started to make positive changes to the way we do business, such as by enacting the Clean Power Plan and cutting carbon pollution.
If we don’t act now, climate disruption could make our planet uninhabitable, with devastating consequences for everyone.”
The Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) called the new EPA framework “a game-changers”.
“This blueprint sets the foundation for an innovative and effective approach to protect wildlife, forests, and waterways that will save the planet from climate change,” EDF President Michael Brune said in the statement.
Its goal is to “help protect forests from degradation and protect biodiversity,” Brune said.
“The U-Turns to Climate Change will help us build a more sustainable future.”
The new framework will be implemented in phases, the agency said.
The next round of public consultation will be held on the framework’s first draft.
The draft also calls for the development of a new national forest plan for protection of the nation’s forests and grasslands, the establishment of a National Parks Management Framework, and a national forest science plan to develop research and data on climate change impact on wildlife, the EDF said.
There is currently no national forest policy.