Scientists urge Rio action on population and consumption

James S Murray
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More than 100 academies urge world leaders to tackle unsustainable population growth and consumption, or risk "catastrophe"

More than 100 scientific academies from around the world have today urged world leaders to use next week's Rio +20 Earth Summit to take tangible steps to address unsustainable population growth and patterns...

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