Next month, a new video will be released about “Green Infrastructure”, a strategically planned network of high-quality green spaces and environmental features. With around 80% of the EU’s population now living in towns or cities, taking care of the green infrastructure that breathes life into urban and rural habitats has never been more important. Achieving thriving biodiversity is vital to addressing numerous challenges, from climate change adaptation to long-term economic stability.
The video material features actions undertaken by the European Union to improve food security in developing countries vulnerable to natural disasters.
The footage also includes interviews with:
The footage ends with the Signature Ceremony of the Asia Joint Declaration on GCCA which states the partnership and common vision of the EU and its partners.
The GCCA was created to respond to the necessity of establishing an alliance between the European Union and developing countries most vulnerable to climate change. It fosters political dialogue between the European Union and developing countries and identifies technical and financial support.
The objective of the dialogue is to support the convergence of visions between Europe and developing countries on the negotiations under the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), in order to gather support for the 2009 Copenhagen Accord.
Its priority areas of interventions are: