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Why women have an essential role in biodiversity conservation

The 'Hargila Army', an all-female volunteer group in India, raise awareness for the endangered bird. Image: Purmima Devi Barman.

Razan Al Mubarak

President, International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN)

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