Critical biodiversity stocktake: 16 things you need to know about the collective failure of governments

A major United Nations nature report highlights how global failure to achieve international biodiversity targets set 10 years ago is contributing to species extinctions which are accelerating at an unprecedented rate.

by James Agyepong-Parsons
Based on current UN projections, biodiversity will continue to decline in the decade ahead. Photograph: Pixabay
Based on current UN projections, biodiversity will continue to decline in the decade ahead. Photograph: Pixabay

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