Nature can still become central to the world's thinking in 2020

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As resilience takes more prominence post-coronavirus, restoring nature will be of utmost importance, argues CISL's Dr Gemma Cranston

This year biodiversity was expected to move into the spotlight - with a 'new deal for nature' being laid out at the UN Convention on Biological Diversity conference in China. Now 2020 can only ever be...

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