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Delegates from almost 200 nations have made little progress toward hammering out a blueprint for a global pact to protect nature from human activity, after almost a week of difficult talks in Nairobi.

The meetings wrapping up Sunday were aimed at ironing out differences among the U.N. Convention on Biological Diversity’s (CBD) 196 members, with barely six months before a crucial COP15 summit in December.

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