Why are there still countries opposed to this?

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The story of Carlos is an old one, but has had a large impact on environmental rights. The tools to fight pollution are institutionalised in many countries and embedded in our human rights. Why is this opportunity to act legally so often overseen and still denied in certain "developed" countries?


 

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I watched a news item last night and it was the Damming of the Mekong river, several major dams have been built for hydro/irregation, the river and it's fisherfolk/farmers are being destroyed.It's a national catastophy/disgrace.

Jim
 

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