Saving aquatic biodiversity
How to save biodiversity? • 2m 14s
Ocean conservationists say a deal to protect 30% of Earth’s habitats by 2030 is crucial for aquatic habitats. For Rachel Tiller , counting fish could help if everyone would get on board. CGTN's Owen Fairclough has more from COP15.
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