New map reveals the most biodiverse place on Earth, but already threatened by oil - 3 Oct 2011  
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New data in September 2011 shows that Yasuní National Park, bordering both Ecuador and Peru contains the highest amount of diverse wildlife in the Western Hemisphere, including a higher number of tree species in one hectare than in the entire US and Canada, with scientists urging for the region's protection from proposed oil drilling.

Meeting with Aulacese (Vietnamese) Prime Minister Nguyễn Tấn Dũng on September 27, 2011, former Dutch Agriculture Minister Professor Cees Veerman pledges his country's support in addressing climate change through the sharing of knowledge and technology to help stabilize conditions in the Mekong Delta.