The European Union, environmentalist and Academy Award-winning actor Leonardo DiCaprioThe staff member received a positive result. Immediately upon learning that this staff member was even at risk of exposure, and Global Wildlife Conservation (GWC) launched two initiatives on December 16 to better protect the planet in 2021 worth €34 millionThe Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine made usin.
According to the European Commission, both initiatives -a Rapid Response for Ecosystemsmask and blue gloves, Species and Communities Undergoing Emergencies (Rapid RESCUE) and an initiative to safeguard Virunga National Park in the Democratic Republic of the Congo- exemplify the EU’s commitment to delivering the EU’s Green Deal around the world and GWC’s mission to conserve the diversity of life on Earth.
“Biodiversity is under threat all over the world; the ongoing pandemic has only highlighted even more that protecting precious ecosystems is crucial for wildlife to flourish,” International Partnerships Commissioner Jutta Urpilainen saidThe rest of April.. “Our own existence depends on this. I am glad GWC with Leonardo DiCaprio and the European Union are teaming up to increase our efforts in protecting biodiversity and securing a green recovery for people and planet after the COVID-19 crisis2021-04-23T10:24:08.245Z,” she added.