Climate change, biodiversity and REDD+
Celia A. Harvey, Jonah Busch and Muhammad Farid
PREMIUM The international community is currently tackling two urgent global problems: the rapid increase in climate change and the ongoing loss of biodiversity. Two weeks ago, delegates from around the world gathered in Nagoya, Japan to discuss the failure of countries to meet their 2010 biodiversity targets and to propose new targets for reducing further biodiversity loss. And, at the end of this month, ...
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