Hopes for treaty rise at UN biodiversity summit

AFP: Hopes rose that rich and poor nations will be able to forge a historic treaty to protect the world's ecosystems after grinding progress was made at a UN summit on Thursday, delegates said. Representatives of more than 190 countries have been meeting in the central Japanese city of Nagoya for nearly two weeks in an effort to set goals on saving habitats which would help to end the mass extinction of species. With talks due to wind up Friday, delegates said last-minute negotiations among environment......

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