Is the UK pulling its weight to make COP15 nature’s ‘Paris moment’?

The UK will attend the major UN biodiversity summit COP15 later this year, leading a group of countries aiming to see the ambition to protect 30% of land and sea for nature by 2030 adopted in a global pact. But with negotiators dragging their heels can the summit still be nature’s ‘Paris moment’? Tess Colley reports.

by Tess Colley

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