France to draft national biodiversity strategy
France is to create by next summer a national strategy to preserve the country's "exceptional" biodiversity and natural heritage, environment minister Roselyne Bachelot said today. The initiative is intended to help streamline processes for identifying, declaring and managing areas of natural heritage and biodiversity, and to assist France in meeting its international commitments, according to the minister. See French environment ministry.
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