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U.N. Report from Rio on Environment a 'Suicide Note'

The recent United Nations conference on sustainable development, commonly known as Rio+20, was so lacking in hard targets and enforceable goals that some participants were derisively calling it “Rio Minus 20.” One activist called it “a failure of epic proportions” — and that wasn’t one of the strong...
Laura Lee Dooley
Laura Lee Dooley • 2 years ago

U.N. Report from Rio on Environment a "Suicide Note" - A protester at the Rio+20 conference last week on sustainable development. Source: Mario Tama/Getty Images

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