Green groups bemoan 'limited progress' after latest crunch UN biodiversity talks

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

First in-person negotiations geared at delivering landmark global treaty to reverse biodiversity loss deliver new draft text, but campaigners remain underwhelmed at pace of progress

The first in-person global biodiversity negotiations in two years have produced an initial draft text and a suite of potential targets, after crunch talks between 195 countries ultimately geared at delivering...

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