IN THIS ISSUE   LATEST ISSUE DECEMBER 2010   editor's pick
 
DAVID CAMERON
Getting back on track
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JOSÉ LUIS RODRIGUEZ ZAPATERO
Transforming energy
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PATRICIA ESPINOSA CANTELLANO
Challenge at Cancun
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CHRISTIANA FIGUERES
Catching the wind of change
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TULSI R. TANTI
Solving the energy puzzle
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JONATHON COUNSELL
Flying clean away
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JIGAR SHAH
Seize the moment
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BELÉN GALLEGO
Time to concentrate
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ZHANG YUE
Visiting the future
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Chemicals Management
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Further resources

A Case for Climate Neutrality: Case Studies on Moving Towards a Low Carbon Economy United Nations Environment Programme

Green Economy: Developing Countries Success Stories

Green Economy Report A Preview

Seize the moment
JIGAR SHAH: CEO, The Carbon War Room

Investors and policymakers face a historic choice: invest in energy infrastructure now or wait for economic recovery. The world undoubtedly faces serious challenges to both capital markets and the global economy as the effects of the financial crisis unfold, but this is not an “either/or” issue. Green investment is not a luxury that we cannot afford, as some commentators contend. Rather, investing in green energy infrastructure is a business and environmental necessity that we cannot afford to postpone.

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