World leaders have failed to stem biodiversity loss: study

Agence France-Presse: World leaders have fallen short on a pledge to stem biodiversity loss and have instead allowed alarming declines in species populations, habitat conditions and other indicators, a study showed Thursday. Researchers looked at 31 indicators with global data covering the period 1970 to 2005, to gauge progress on achieving a goal set by world leaders in 2002 to significantly reduce the rate of biodiversity loss. The goal was set in 2002 under the Convention for Biological Diversity ......

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