COP15: Draft agreement reached on final day of biodiversity conference

Cop15: draft agreement reached on final day of biodiversity conference

Global News published this video item, entitled “COP15: Draft agreement reached on final day of biodiversity conference” – below is their description.

International delegates at the COP15 Biodiversity Conference in Montreal have reached a draft agreement on protecting the planet’s ecosystems, following weeks of exhausting and tense negotiations.

However, there’s skepticism about the pledges which were agreed upon, due to the previous agreement seeing none of its global targets being met.

Touria Izri reports on some of the ambitious goals countries say they will fulfill by 2030, and whether they’re realistic.

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