UN summit poised to seal biodiversity deal

AFP: Rich and poor nations were poised to forge an ambitious pact to protect threatened ecosystems Friday after breaking a deadlock over genetic treasures derived from places such as the Amazon. The meeting in the central Japanese city of Nagoya aims to produce a roadmap of 20 goals to be achieved over the next decade to contain man's destruction of nature and save the world's rapidly diminishing biodiversity. Delegates from more than 190 countries had agreed to most of the goals during 12 days......

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