Firms want politicians to ‘take responsibility' at Rio (News)

Firms want politicians to ‘take responsibility' at Rio (News)

Brussels : Belgium | Jun 20, 2012 at 11:01 PM PDT
Source: Euractiv
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Conservationists who fear that the Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro will fail to produce binding commitments to environmental sustainability may have some unsuspecting allies big corporations. Kris Gopalakrishnan , chairman of  Business Action for Sustainable Development  and executive co-chairman... FULL ARTICLE AT Euractiv
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