'There will be no business on a dead planet': Calls grow for COP15 breakthrough on biodiversity as crucial talks kick off

Cecilia Keating
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Natural History Museum has warned world has surpassed 'safe levels' of biodiversity decline
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Natural History Museum has warned world has surpassed 'safe levels' of biodiversity decline

As first part of landmark COP15 UN biodiversity summit gets underway, string of reports makes case for more drastic action to protect biodiversity

The COP15 Biodiversity Conference is now underway, and with it a flurry of last ditch reports have been released in recent days calling on leaders attending the vital talks to use all their diplomatic...

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