New Report: Sweden not doing enough to protect biodiversity

The Swedish Environmental Protection Agency has published a report with suggestions on how the government can step up its efforts to safeguard global biodiversity, according to Radio Sweden.

The so-called Aichi Targets, which world leaders agreed upon in 2010 to help protect the planet’s resources and diversity, expire this year.

Zoologist Torbjorn Ebenhard, one of the co-authors of the report, says most of the targets have not been achieved, whether regionally, nationally or globally.