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France's Macron to push for charter on biodiversity at G7 summit

Reuters Friday, 23 August 2019
French President Emmanuel Macron said on Friday that he would put pressure on the United States to sign a charter on protecting biodiversity at the G7 summit in Biarritz, France this weekend.
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