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A pivotal moment: the Natural History Museum at COP26 and beyond

Category: Environmental Sustainability

Blooloop talks to staff of London’s Natural History Museum about its new strategy to nourish planetary advocacy, including its presence at the COP26 conference that convened world leaders to discuss solutions to climate change.

London's Natural History Museum is on a new mission to create advocates for the planet. Recently, leaders, activists, and decision-makers from around the world convened in Glasgow for COP26, and we spoke to the museum to find out more about its new strategy and the different ways that it has been getting involved in this pivotal event.

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