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New Global Biodiversity Framework: ‘Everything is in there, it just needs to be adopted’

By France24
23 October 2022   |   10:19 am
According to the latest report from the World Wildlife Fund, global wildlife populations have declined by a whopping 69 percent over the past 50 years. It's an urgent reminder of what's at stake as world leaders prepare to meet in early December for their biggest biodiversity conference in a decade, with the goal of agreeing to a new framework to protect the world's plants and animals.

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