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Some NGOs warn COP15 biodiversity agreement will ‘devastate indigenous lives’

By France24
20 December 2022   |   1:54 pm
As many hail the COP15 biodiversity summit's deal to protect nature, DR Congo argues that it does not go far enough in supporting conservation efforts in developing countries. We also speak to one Senegalese doctor who is concerned about the agreement's limited protection for indigenous rights.

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