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The over-2,000 delegates at the ongoing United Nations meeting on biodiversity in Kuala Lumpur took a much needed rest this weekend after a hectic five days of talks, with most joining excursions to see the country's many natural sights.
A CONSORTIUM of environmental NGOs is calling for the adoption of a concrete programme of work on protected areas (PAs) to achieve the 2010 goal of significantly reducing the rate of biodiversity loss as well as the Millennium Development Goals (MDG) set by the 2nd World Summit of Sustainable Development in 2002.
The upcoming Seventh Conference of Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity (COP7) meet is expected to draw a larger crowd compared to previous meetings due to a strong interest in biodiversity issues, the convention secretariat#8217;s executive secretary Dr Hamdallah Zedan said.
A fish which glows, created to fight environmental pollution, has instead become a household pet in America, writes DON THOMPSON.
While nuclear waste continues to pile, countries remain undecided on how to store the lethal stuff, write ANNA PELTOLA and MARK JOHN.
With more bombings in Turkey and Iraq, last week was another tumultuous time for a world that has lost its compass. The multilateral system, whether in peace and security or in economic co-operation, is in tatters. Can the United States rethink its hegemonic role, or can the rest of the world sail ahead even if the captain won't join the ship of multilateral co-operation?