Correspondence and meetings relating to COP15 and the Convention on Biological Diversity

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Dear DG ENV,

Under the right of access to documents in the EU treaties, as developed in Regulation 1049/2001, I am requesting documents which contain the following information:

1) All correspondence, including emails, sent and received since 01/01/2021, between DG ENV Unit D2 and external industry representatives relating to "COP15" and/or the "Convention on Biological Diversity"

2) List of meetings, including the meetings minutes, since 01/01/2021, between DG ENV Unit D2 external industry representatives relating to "COP15" and/or the "Convention on Biological Diversity"

By "external industry representatives" I mean any company or industry association

Yours faithfully,

Rebecca Vaughan
1 Long Lane


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DE BURLET Fergus (ENV), Environment

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Dear DE BURLET Fergus (ENV),

Many thanks for your response

Yours sincerely,

Rebecca Vaughan