Thirty years ago, 120 Heads of State and Government met in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, at the bedside of the planet.
Under the aegis of the United Nations, this Earth Summit recognized the urgency of acting on a global scale against climate change, desertification and the protection of “biological diversity”.
As COP15, a world conference devoted to biodiversity, opens this Wednesday in Canada, Allain Bougrain-Dubourg, the president of the League for the Protection of Birds (LPO), draws up a gloomy observation on the state of the "living" but keep hope.
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