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06 Dec 2010 14:41 GMT | Environment, Middle East, Latin America, Mexico
Climate change talks in Mexico seem to be heading nowhere, with a legally binding deal on reducing carbon emissions looking highly unlikely.
It's disappointing news for scientists trying to save some of the world's rarest flora and fauna.
Like this one: the dragon's blood tree. It's home is an isolated island.
Part of the Yemeni territory, Socotra is described as the most alien-looking place on earth.
Al Jazeera's Hashem Ahelbarra explains why its indigenous species are now in danger of being wiped out.
Source: Al Jazeera
The city hosting the environmental meeting is facing its own neglected problems.
Business & Economy, Environment, Latin America, Mexico
A new report identifies global warming as a driver of forest fires in northern latitudes.
Environment, US & Canada, Latin America, Canada, Mexico
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Migrants, Europe, Africa
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Human Rights, Asia Pacific, Indonesia, Australia, France
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Environment, Science & Technology, US & Canada
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War & Conflict, Politics, South Sudan
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War & Conflict, Politics, US & Canada