Scientists call for interlinked biodiversity goals
A new set of interlinked and ambitious biodiversity goals is needed to tackle nature's alarming decline, an international team of scientists has warned.In a new paper, more than 60 leading biodiversity experts from 26 countries argue that ecosystems, species, genetic diversity, and nature's contributions to people all need distinct goals, which must
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