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Fiona Dobson’s article ‘A turning point for Nature?’ (Issue 331) rightly pointed out the need for bold and binding targets to restore Nature on a truly ambitious scale. Failing to reach agreements at the upcoming conference on biodiversity, COP15, doesn’t bear thinking about. There is far too much at stake.

As current president of COP26, the UK government has a responsibility to ensure that COP15 marks a turning point for our fractured natural world. That starts by giving the Nature emergency the ...


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