Governments set to miss biodiversity goals

Countries must do much more if they are to meet internationally agreed biodiversity targets by 2020, according to a new report

by Rachel Salvidge
Control of invasive species such as the signal crayfish were among the indicators used to assess progress towards biodiversity goals (photograph: Michael Lane/123RF)
Control of invasive species such as the signal crayfish were among the indicators used to assess progress towards biodiversity goals (photograph: Michael Lane/123RF)

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