French ambassador to China on bilateral environmental cooperation

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Last week, representatives from all over the world met virtually to discuss a post-2020 biodiversity framework, and some got to attend the meeting in person, including the French Ambassador to China Laurent Bili. He said China’s hosting of the biodiversity conference reminded him of the time when France hosted the historical Paris climate summit. What are his takeaways from the event? What has he learned about China’s biodiversity efforts and cooperation with France?

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