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China’s wildlife food ban is vital for public health and threatened species – our research reveals what must happen next

By Lingyun Xiao, Assistant Professor of Wildlife Ecology, Xi'an Jiaotong Liverpool University
Binbin Li, Assistant Professor of Environmental Science, Duke Kunshan University
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World leaders are attending an online summit to discuss the future of life on Earth. With one million species threatened with extinction this century, the UN biodiversity conference, known as COP15, is supposed to yield a new global plan for protecting nature. The host nation, China, has committed to protect more of its land for…

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