Human rights and accountability will ensure the road to Rio isn't a dead end

Published on 19 April 2012

Two decades after the ground-breaking earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro, world leaders will gather in June for the sequel: Rio+20. Establishing a set of sustainable development goals (SDGs), bringing together the interests of fragile communities and fragile environments, will be on the table. Food insecurity is a symptom of both dire poverty and overstretched ecosystems, and will doubtless be central.

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