World fails to hit any 2020 biodiversity targets
The world has failed to meet any of the Aichi biodiversity targets for 2020 agreed 10 years ago, a UN report has revealed.Just six of the 20 goals have been partially achieved, and the health of the natural world has actually declined in many respects. Some encouraging signs include falling deforestation rates and the i
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