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By Leocadia Bongben CameroonPostline.com — Central African Civil Society Organisations have maintained that Principle 10 of the Rio Declaration on Climate Change must stand as part of negotiations on climate change during the RIO+20 Summit. Principle 10 of the Rio declaration states that sustainable development can only be attained if citizens have access to information concerning their environment, participate ...Full Article
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