COP15 adopts Kunming Declaration on biodiversity
The 15th meeting of the Conference of the Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity finally began in Kunming last month after two previous attempts were aborted due to COVID-19.The conference – known as COP15 – will continue in April and May next year. COP15’s purpose is to galvanise international action on the biodiversity crisis. This means countries from around the world
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