Live: Headline Buster – How does the media look at COP15 and China’s conservation work?

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CGTN published this video item, entitled “Live: Headline Buster – How does the media look at COP15 and China’s conservation work?” – below is their description.

Just 8 million species left on Earth and 1 million face extinction. COP15 brought over 100 countries together to pledge to protect biodiversity, endangered species and vulnerable communities. China’s special contribution is the $232-million Kunming Biodiversity Fund to assist developing nations and an inspirational conservation story. Endangered animals like the panda, elephant and tiger have grown in number, deserts have been greened, and national parks created to protect areas that are the source of plant and animal species as well as three major rivers in Asia. How does the media look at COP15 in general and China’s conservation work in particular? How does COP15 set the stage for the United Nations climate summit in Glasgow? And how is geopolitics still preventing the world from coming together even during a global crisis? This week’s Headline Buster has all this … plus a hilarious surprise on Xinjiang. Don’t miss it! #COP15 #HeadlineBuster #ForNature

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