Overlapping climate and nature crises must be tackled in tandem, UN panel warns

Cecilia Keating
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Landmark collaboration between UN science bodies warns that policies to date have failed to account for the interconnected nature of biodiversity loss and climate change

The climate and nature crises will only be successfully resolved if they are tackled together, given the way the two inter-locking threats to global stability and prosperity serve to amplify and accelerate...

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