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United Nations / Environment / Money #866963

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, May 20, 1992
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(Studio: Susan Rook) Delegates at the United Nations sponsored talks in Nairobi unable to agree on plan to save the Earth's plants and animals.

(Nairobi, Kenya: Gary Strieker) They are attempting to write a treaty that would ensure the future of the Earth's biodiversity. Developing countries want industrialized countries to help more with conservation, and want more of a share in biotechnology.

[Interview: Simon LYSTER, World Wide Fund for Nature, Interview: Richard N. MOTT, World Wide Fund for Nature, Interview: Wen Liang TING, Malaysian delegation, Interview: Wilson MASILINGI, Tanzanian delegation, Interview: John M. FITZGERALD, Defenders of Wildlife, Interview: Eleanor SAVAGE, U.S. delegation.]

Gary Strieker

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