Earth diplomacy

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Earth diplomacy refers to the process of developing and implementing international policies and agreements that address global issues related to the environment, sustainability, and the well-being of the planet as a whole. It involves negotiations and dialogue between countries, organisations, and individuals to find solutions to complex environmental problems and ensure the long-term health and survival of earth’s ecosystems.

Earth diplomacy covers a wide range of topics, including climate change, biodiversity conservation, sustainable development, pollution control, and resource management. It requires cooperation, collaboration, and consensus-building among different stakeholders, including governments, civil society, the private sector, and scientific and academic communities.

The aim of earth diplomacy is to promote a more sustainable and equitable world that balances economic growth, social development, and environmental protection. It recognises that environmental challenges are global in nature and require collective action and shared responsibility to address them effectively.

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