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Toward a New Deal for Nature with UNEP-WCMC

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In 2020 the world will establish a “New Deal for Nature”, with targets to halt the loss of biodiversity. How can we be sure that sufficient progress will be made to sustain life on Earth? And what barriers will need to be overcome if the world is to secure a sustainable future for people and nature? Join Neville Ash, Director of the UN Environment World Conservation monitoring Centre, as he explores these ideas, and discuses how the world is coming together over the next two years to agree on the global New Deal for Natures.

This talk is part of the Earth Talks at the Museum of Zoology series.

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