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EU Parliament calls for binding targets to protect biodiversity


At the upcoming UN conference in October 2021 that will set global biodiversity priorities to 2030 and beyond, a “Paris agreement” for biodiversity and an EU Biodiversity Law are needed to ensure that ecosystems are restored, resilient, and adequately protected by 2050, Members of the European Parliament said. They also insisted that €20 billion per year must be mobilised for biodiversity action in Europe.

On June 8, MEPs adopted the resolution “EU Biodiversity Strategy for 2030: Bringing nat…

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