EU nature law back on agenda as UN schedules extra round of biodiversity talks

Frustration is growing with the ‘painfully slow’ preparations for global talks intended to halt and reverse the decline in biodiversity. Brussels-based groups warn the EU risks losing credibility unless it picks up the pace on its own nature restoration plan. But what exactly will it address?

by Robert Hodgson
Protesters in Toulouse demonstrate for more environmental action as part of a global schools strike last Friday. Photo: Alain Pitton/NurPhoto via Getty Images
Protesters in Toulouse demonstrate for more environmental action as part of a global schools strike last Friday. Photo: Alain Pitton/NurPhoto via Getty Images

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