Countries pledge to double biodiversity funding by 2015

Will Nichols
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UN summit in Hyderabad ends with renewed commitment to conservation efforts, but levels of finance pledged remain unclear

Countries have agreed to double the amount of funding available to tackle biodiversity loss to 2015, but conservation groups said efforts "must be urgently scaled up" if they are to meet internationally...

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