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Species loss: climate plan saves only trees

We agree that the challenge of protecting biodiversity — to be considered at the upcoming Conference of the Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity — must not be eclipsed by climate-change concerns (see S.Maxwellet al. Nature536, 143–145
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