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October 22nd, 2012
India Convinces Rich Nations to Commit $12 Billion to Biodiversity Conservation

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India, backed by vociferous developing countries, ultimately convinced the rich world to double the international funds for conserving biodiversity in the developing world by 2015. The decision was taken at the annual meeting of the UN Convention on Biodiversity, after hard-nosed negotiations with the European Union and some other countries drew the meeting into extra time, stretching over from Friday night to Saturday. Read More

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