International panel on biodiversity and ecosystems agreed

A new body will draw up comprehensive assessments of the science of biodiversity and ecosystems, similar to IPCC reports on climate change. It aims to provide governments with more concrete information and a range of options for action against biodiversity loss.

Hur Nam-sik, Mayor of Busan; Achim Steiner, UNEP Executive Director; and Lee Maanee, Minister of Environment, Republic of Korea celebrating the IPBES agreement on 14 June (Credit: IISD)
Hur Nam-sik, Mayor of Busan; Achim Steiner, UNEP Executive Director; and Lee Maanee, Minister of Environment, Republic of Korea celebrating the IPBES agreement on 14 June (Credit: IISD)

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