BirdLife calls upon the EU to champion biodiversity in Nagoya and at home. BirdLife International handed in to the European Commissioner for the Environment, Mr Janez Potoscnik, its “message for Nagoya”, an urgent Europe wide appeal to save the world’s biodiversity, as he leaves for the Japanese city hosting the world summit on biodiversity.
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