Cancun international conference on biodiversity cost 462 million pesos

Mexico footed the bill for COP 13, an international conference on biodiversity.

Hosting the UN’s Biodiversity Conference in Cancun in December cost the Mexican taxpayers over 462 million pesos, or US $22 million.

The cost of staging COP 13, as the event was called, was 50 million pesos more than the annual budget of Conanp, the agency whose role is the management of protected areas.

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