Parliament calls for ‘coherence’ between EU biodiversity funding and human rights

MEPs have urged the European Commission to make sure money invested in safeguarding biodiversity internationally does not go towards projects that exclude indigenous peoples, and to bring trade policy in line with its green ambitions.

by Simon Pickstone

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