By Robin Pomeroy BRUSSELS, July 29 (Reuters) - The world woke up to global warming at the 1992 Rio Earth summit, but 10 years on, what some consider the planet's biggest environmental danger has fallen off the agenda of a major follow-up conference. Next month's summit of world leaders in Johannesburg will focus on poverty, not pollution -- a worry for some environmentalists who say the poor will suffer first if climate change is not stopped. In Rio de Janeiro a decade ago, leaders ...
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