COP15: Green groups 'appalled' by slow progress as crunch UN biodiversity talks close in Nairobi

Michael Holder
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The world lost almost 12m hectares of biodiversity-rich rainforest in 2019
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The world lost almost 12m hectares of biodiversity-rich rainforest in 2019

Environmental groups raise alarm bells at lack of progress in talks aimed at drafting historic global treaty to halt and reverse nature loss

The latest crunch talks aimed at drawing up a draft global treaty to halt and reverse nature loss worldwide have drawn to a close in Kenya's capital Nairobi this weekend, but environmental groups have...

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