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A precipitous decline in ecosystems is a threat to biodiversity and climate change targets, according to WWF’s global state of nature report.
Taman Tugu_Malaysia
Taman Tugu forest reserve in Kuala Lumpur is seeking business funding as more companies invest in nature and biodiversity.
Lack of progress at Nairobi talks aimed at brokering a global nature deal leave environmentalists frustrated, with much to do ahead of the make-or-break COP15 in December.
About 195 countries were set to finalise an accord to safeguard plants, animals and ecosystems at the UN talks, known as COP15, which had been due to start late last month in the Chinese city of Kunming.
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Verde Island Passage
Two years ago, developed countries pledged at least US$20 billion annually by 2025 to help preserve 30 per cent of the world’s land and oceans. But most countries have failed to contribute their fair share.
China’s active involvement in climate diplomacy can increase overseas understanding of its climate policies and bring impetus to global climate governance.
Singapore Ambassador Gafoor
To most Singaporeans, Cancun's Green Climate Fund seems like a distant issue. The fund is being launched in …
When President Obama gave his State of the Union address in January, there seemed to be more commentary …
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