Deadlock in Nagoya talks on biodiversity

AFP: UN talks aimed at brokering a deal to protect the world's diminishing natural resources have made little progress, green groups said ahead of the summit's crucial second phase starting Monday. The 12 days of negotiations in the central Japanese city of Nagoya are aimed at securing agreement on how to stop the rapid loss of the world's plant and animal species, as well as their habitats. However, after the first week, environment groups said the conference was becoming bogged down in the same......

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