Commission calls for €20bn/year for biodiversity protection in EU

At least €20 billion ($22 billion) a year is required to protect biodiversity in the European Union (EU) over the next decade, according to the European Commission. It says this will require contributions from EU funds, national governments and private sources of capital.

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