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Forests Need Laws, Not Loopholes
Sitting in the towering United Nation’s building on New York’s east side, it might be hard for world leaders to picture a destroyed forest, but I know just how depressing the site is. In Indonesia, and elsewhere, we’ve seen vast tracks of land where only the dried-up stumps remain of a vibrant...
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A Roadmap to Living – and Thriving – in Harmony with Nature
MONTREAL, Canada - In Nagoya, Japan, in 2010, the international community made a commitment to future generations by adopting the Strategic Plan for Biodiversity 2011–2020 and 20 Aichi Biodiversity Targets. In doing this, governments recognised that biodiversity is not just a problem to be solved,...
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Bomb Everyone Muslim, Even If They Did Invent Algebra
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Pro-democracy movement leaders say that if their demands are not met, they will move to take over government buildings News
As China Plays Waiting Game, 'Umbrella Revolution' Vows Escalation
Pro-democracy movement leaders say that if their demands are not met, they will move to take over government buildings
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Planet on the Brink: Human Activity Killing the Planet's Life-Supporting Systems
WWF's state of the planet report reveals alarming and avoidable biodiversity loss
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On National Day of Maize in Mexico, Protecting the Sacred Plant
Here we have an opportunity, which is that most corn is still produced by campesinos/as [small farmers]. They still use native seeds, and they use rainwater for sowing – even though they do it in soil that is very degraded and thus produces little. We consider this small-holder production to be an...
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Signed Agreement Locks in Ten More Years of Afghan War
Bilateral Security Agreement, signed Tuesday, will allow thousands of US troops to remain in the country for at least another decade
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Argentina Accuses Judge of 'Harassment' in Ongoing Debt Fight
"This new attempt of judicial aggression against Argentina is an act of desperation on behalf of the vulture fund," said Argentine Foreign Minister Héctor Timerman.
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Pro-Democracy Demonstrators Dig Deep, Hold Ground in Hong Kong
Crowds again swell as chief executive says he won't resign and Chinese government refuses to budge on election reforms
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Soldier's Heart: Jacob George's Sorrowful Ride Till the End
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