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For most people, "changing attitudes to nature" is nothing more than a purely academic side job, but this change is deeper. A fundamental and necessary change is required to preserve and protect biological diversity and to protect human and animal populations around the world from harm
The researchers: "Amphibians and reptiles that live in nature reserves around the world will be more protected from climate change, but are still likely to be damaged."
The Convention on Biological Diversity is a significant agreement when almost all countries are parties to it, but the convention binds countries only when the agreements in it overlap with the international legal system. States tend to implement agreements only when they overlap laws and unfortunately the overlap is lacking
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres declared 2021 as "the year for the resolution of humanity's conflict with nature" both because of the corona virus and because of the twenty goals set in 2010, none of them have been met
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