Biodiversity agreement reached at Montreal COP15 conference

Biodiversity agreement reached at montreal cop15 conference

CBC News published this video item, entitled “Biodiversity agreement reached at Montreal COP15 conference” – below is their description.

Negotiators in Montreal have finalized an agreement calling for the conservation of 30 per cent of the planet by 2030, as the COP15 talks enter their final official day.

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