ALCA media release: Global agreement at COP15

After four years of drawn-out development and now a marathon three weeks of detailed and occasionally tense negotiations, a global biodiversity agenda has finally been adopted at the COP15 summit in Montreal.
Media release: What the global agreement for nature means for Australia

After four years of drawn-out development and now a marathon three weeks of detailed and occasionally tense negotiations, a global biodiversity agenda has finally been adopted at the COP15 summit in Montreal.

 

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