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Saving tropical forests

The current climate talks in Cancun, Mexico, will probably produce a great deal of discussion about how developing countries can be compensated for protecting their standing tropical forests.

 
 

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A forest in Carmanah National Park, on Canada's Vancouver Island, is said to be where the tallest Sitka spruce in the world grows. The forest, in a rich river valley, is one of the most outstanding examples of old growth Sitka spruce forest.


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Cancun Agreements put 193 nations on track to deal with climate change
Article | CANCUN, MEXICO - Delegates from 193 nations agreed Saturday on a new global framework to help developing countries curb their carbon output and cope with the effects of climate change, but they postponed the harder question of precisely how industrialized and major emerging economies will share ...

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