Danish Envoy on China’s biodiversity conservation efforts

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As the president of COP15, China hosted phase one of the UN biodiversity conference last week and will host the second phase early next year here in Kunming. If any country understands how challenging it can be to coordinate a global meeting like this, it would be Denmark, which hosted the UN climate summit in 2009. Tian Wei met the Danish Ambassador Thomas Østrup Møller outside the conference halls in Kunming. What are his thoughts on how things went here? Take a listen.

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