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EU to call for stronger research at global biodiversity meeting

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Bloc will also advocate regional centres for scientific cooperation and technology transfer at UN conference

The EU will urge global leaders to strengthen research in a bid to protect and restore biodiversity at a United Nations conference in December.

The conference, known as COP15, will gather world leaders in Montréal, Canada, to agree a new set of goals for protecting nature over the next decade.

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