could well become a myth by 2007. More than half of the world' s population by then would be urban dwelling. The urban ecological footprint would fall over larger proportions of common resources says the 'Global Environment Outlook Three' report of the Un

This film, produced by Toxic Comedy Pictures, captures the directors and crew of this independent film travelling to America's vinyl manufacturing capital and beyond in search of answers to troubling

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Researchers prove that movements in the Earth s crust are largely responsible for the uneven distribution of global biological diversity

A United Nations Food and Agriculture Orga

The AIDS epidemic shows no sign of abating with five million new cases reported in 2001

...the West eats into the world's resources, leaving the developing nations and its poorest struggling against

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However, the Doha declaration does not take a decision on whether countries with insufficient or no manufacturing capacities in the pharmaceutical sector will be allowed to import generic drugs to

The European Union buckles under the pressure of the developing countries to reduce agricultural subsidies

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