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Study: Since international biodiversity treaty enacted in 1993, 21 species saved from extinction

In 1992, global leaders gathered at a United Nations summit in Rio de Janeiro to sign the landmark Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) to promote sustainable development. Eighteen years later, at a summit in Aichi, Japan, representatives of 193 countries followed up on the CBD with a 20-goal commitment to reduce global pressures on the natural world by the end of 2020.


Number 12 on this list of Aichi Biodiversity Targets calls for preventing the extinction of endangered species, particularly those with declining populations, and improving their conservation status.


https://news.mongabay.com/2021/02/study-reveals-how-species-once-extinct-in-the-wild-have-bounced-back/


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