To Protect Caribbean Biodiversity: UN Environment Programme Challenge — Repeating Islands

From Voice of America News. The great variety of diversity of the Caribbean ecosystem makes it unique in the world, with more than 450 species of fish, 600 birds, 500 reptiles, 170 amphibians and 90 mammals. In 2014, the Nagoya Protocol entered in operation and is now ratified by 104 countries. The Protocol specified the points […]

via To Protect Caribbean Biodiversity: UN Environment Programme Challenge — Repeating Islands

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