COP15: Despite slow start, hopes for a new era of business accountability remain high

Cecilia Keating
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Discussions on nature risk reporting set to start this afternoon, as pressure mounts on governments to reach consensus on broad terms of global deal

Talks to deliver a new global pact for nature protection may have got off to a sluggish start at the COP15 Biodiversity Summit in Montreal, but observers remain optimistic the meeting could yet usher in...

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