The sixth point on their agenda is tackling illicit threats to nature another meaningless piece of jargon.
How do they know what is happening to nature as per driving action to halt and reverse biodiversity loss when the world's vegetation has been growing by 14% over the last 35 year. Do they know anything about nature? Very simply they are now clutching at straws, the oceans cover 362m Km2, Is it even possible to know what is truly going on in that huge area? Nearly all the scary literature which has been publish has been vilified by other eminent scientists, expert in their fields. I suspect most changes to biodiversity are caused by natural variation, apart from the ones listed below.
The real crimes against nature and biodiversity
Here are a few illicit threats to nature, onshore wind turbines kill millions of birds, bats, and insects which other birds feed on. Offshore wind turbines disrupt migration patterns of birds, fish, and sea mammals. Solar voltaic farms are killing the ground and the diversity of life beneath them, ruining the areas for future agriculture and food for people. Mining rare-earth metals to be used in weather dependent and inefficient methods of electricity products is despoiling nature. Not to mention the spread of industrial units in natural environments. When these "so-called green energy producers" come to the end of their lives, how will they be disposed, not in land fill as they contain dangerous chemicals. What is the G7 going to about these issues?