Robin Bidwell, Group President, ERM, a member company of the WBCSD, February 7, 2012 - Traditionally, the bell that tolls at midnight on New Year's Eve rings out the old and rings in the new. But for billions of people, 2012 promises more of the same – another year without adequate access to energy.
Geneva, November 4, 2011  - As he approaches the end of his tenure as president of the World Business Council for Sustainable Development, Björn Stigson says China is embracing the green economy and leaving the West behind.
Peter Paul van de Wijs, January 10, 2012 - Now that the holiday season is over, many of us have turned to the annual ritual of committing ourselves to a better future – otherwise known as the New Year's resolution. 
Joppe Cramwinckel, October 18, 2011 – By 2030, the world will need an estimated 40% more freshwater and 50% more food and energy. This accelerating demand is due in part to the world's rapidly expanding population but also to climate change, increasing urbanization and growing prosperity – all of which have an impact on the availability and use of resources.
Thierry Berthoud, December 1, 2011  - Expectations of the climate conference are low, but one cause for optimism is the emergence of an alternative global framework. With the Durban climate change conference (COP 17) under way, there is a growing sense of unease about where we go from here. After all, expectations are low, success is ill-defined and deliverables are in short supply.
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