By Richard Black Environment correspondent, BBC News, Nagoya, Japan Delegates will consider adopting new set of targets for 2020 that aim to tackle biodiversity loss
The UN biodiversity convention meeting has opened with warnings that the ongoing loss of nature is hurting human societies as well as the natural world.
The two-week gathering aims to set new targets for conserving life on Earth.
Japan's Environment Minister Ryo Matsumoto said biodiversity loss would become irreversible unless curbed soon. ... Read more about 'Ten Years' To Solve Nature Crisis, UN Meeting Hears