COP15: New global deal for nature agreed after fractious final hours

Brussels has welcomed a new suite of international targets to tackle the biodiversity crisis, with all nations signed up to protect 30% of land and sea for nature by 2030, but green groups say accountability measures still lack bite.

by Tess Colley and Simon Pickstone

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