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Factbox: Main points in Rio+20 agreement

Global leaders on Friday wrap up a United Nations development summit with little to show but a lackluster agreement, as critics scorned governments for showing no urgency to tackle climate change as well as food and water scarcity. Nearly 100 heads of state and government gathered over the past three days in efforts to establish so-called "sustainable development goals," a U.N. drive built around economic growth, the environment, and social inclusion. The agreement, seen by Reuters, was little changed from a draft text on Tuesday apart from grammatical tweaks.