Progress towards COP 15 and a new TNFD framework draft

20th July 2022


On 21 June it was announced that the Convention on Biological Diversity’s (CBD) COP 15 – the UN global biodiversity conference – will no longer be held in China, instead taking place in Montreal, Canada from 5–17 December 2022. China will continue to preside over the meetings.

After several delays to the original October 2020 date, the new dates give more certainty on the progression of targets to halt the global deterioration of biodiversity. From 21–26 June in Nairobi, wo

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