Landmark UN Nagoya biodiversity deal agreed to save natural world

Telegraph: Delegates from more than 190 countries meeting in Nagoya, Japan, agreed a programme to conserve global biodiversity and the natural habitats that support the most threatened animals and plants. The last minute deal at the UN Convention on Biodiversity sets out 20 goals to be implemented by in the next 10 years to help tackle the mass extinction of species around the world. They include increasing the area of protected land in the world from 12.5% to 17%, and the area of protected oceans from......

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