BiodiverCities

If the world's 1 million municipalities were nature-positive, we could tackle climate change

The botanical gardens in Curitiba, Brazil, a leader in green city design. Image: Wikicommons

Elizabeth Mrema

Executive Secretary, United Nations Convention on Biological Diversity

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