Biodiversity targets are slipping out of reach, but all is not lost
Despite decades of international commitments to protect biodiversity, little progress appears to have been made. Image: Pexels/Berthold Grünhagen
Richard CornfordResearch Scholar, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis
Fiona SpoonerSenior Data Scientist, Our World In Data
Robin FreemanHead of Indicators and Assessments Unit, Zoological Society of London
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