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"The fight against poverty can only be won if we use natural resources in a responsible manner. More than two billion people are deprived of modern forms of energy and more than one billion people have no clean drinking water. Agricultural production is on the decline while the number of mouths to be fed is increasing. Bio-diversity would have been a thousand times greater if man had not interfered with nature, and the link between a polluted environment and health is evident. Rio’s political framework was sound, but its execution poor. Over the past ten years, official development aid for nature and the environment even took a serious blow and there is hardly any evidence of good governance. At the start of this century, the world leaders are given another chance, but Johannesburg can only succeed if specific implementing programmes are drafted with concrete pledges to match. Whoever declares war on poverty must make peace with nature."@en1

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