UN meet to curb species loss opens in Japan

AFP: A UN conference on global biodiversity loss kicked off in Japan on Monday aiming to tackle how to curb the world's rapid loss of animal and plant species and the habitats they live in. The 193 members of the UN's Convention on Biological Diversity are gathering in the central city of Nagoya, with experts warning the planet is now in the grip of its sixth mass extinction phase -- the first that is man-made. The 12-day conference aims to throw a spotlight on a global ......

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