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Our well-being and quality of life hinge on the world#8217;s biological diversity #8211; that vast variety of living things on Earth and the complex relationships between them. It is estimated that half of all the species on the planet is found in tropical rainforests which are shrinking at an alarming rate. Today, the threat to gene pools and ecosystems has never been greater.
The leading scientist of the world#8217;s authoritative body on climate change shares his views and concerns on the global environmental crisis with TAN CHENG LI.
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?
A frank and lively debate on what's wrong with the world trade talks, why the WTO conference in Cancun failed, and what should be done has been held in the UN agency, Unctad, at a period when such frankness appears to be difficult or impossible at the WTO itself.
THE Islamic Chamber of Commerce Industry (ICCI) has proposed an Islamic Economic Summit for the leaders of Islamic countries.p>hr noshade size=-1 width=100%>
A report released by the International Food Policy Research Institute and the WorldFish Centre warns that fish consumption in developing countries will increase by over 50% in the next two decades, resulting in escalating fish prices and the threat of diminishing fish populations in the sea.
The treaty on international trade in genetically modified organisms will come into force in September.