ArkansasOnline.com: UN biodiversity report paints bleak picture
WASHINGTON — Earth is losing plants, animals and clean water at a significant rate, according to four new United Nations scientific reports that aim to provide a comprehensive and localized look at the state of biodiversity. Scientists meeting in Colombia issued four regional reports Friday on how well animals and plants are doing in the Americas; Europe and Central Asia; Africa; and the Asia-Pacific area.
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