What are the prospects for the Nagoya biodiversity summit?

Guardian: Shortly before the summit begins, I've finally got round to reading the draft declaration on biodiversity that will be discussed by the governments meeting at Nagoya in Japan. It's 195 pages long. If it were a thesis about the causes and consequences of the decline of the world's wild species, it would get a fairly high mark. As an action plan for doing something about this decline, it's a dead loss. It begins by reminding us of the comprehensive failure of the last big declaration, ......

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