UNDP Exec on Meeting Targets / Danish Envoy on China’s Biodiversity Conservation Efforts

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CGTN published this video item, entitled “UNDP Exec on Meeting Targets / Danish Envoy on China’s Biodiversity Conservation Efforts” – below is their description.

— With a hundred nations adopting the crucial Kunming Declaration on biodiversity, now comes the part of buckling down to work in meeting targets. The United Nations Development Program director in China talks about that work and more.

— Danish Ambassador to China Thomas Østrup Møller opens up about his thoughts on China’s biodiversity efforts.

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