UN publishes first draft of Paris Agreement-style global treaty for tackling biodiversity loss

Cecilia Keating
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Proposals will be scrutinised by governments ahead of COP15 Biodiversity Summit in Kunming this autumn, where the final text is expected to be negotiated

The UN Convention on Biological Diversity has published the first draft of a global agreement for tackling biodiversity loss, setting out a string of ambitious new targets for 2030 and 2050 to be negotiated...

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