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'We ought to be worried' about biodiversity

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Governments around the world were meant to have substantially reversed the loss of different plants and animals by this year. They made the commitment in 2002 at the Global Convention on Biological Diversity, but according to a UN report they have not met their targets.

The RSPB's Conservation Director Mark Avery and environmentalist Professor Chris Baines debate the future of our planet's species.

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