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UN’s green Earth plan faces first test

Reuters: A new United Nations plan to involve all nations in marshaling science to fix environmental problems ranging from toxic chemicals to climate change will be put to the test from Monday at talks in Nairobi. Continue reading

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UN’s green Earth plan faces first test

Reuters: A new United Nations plan to involve all nations in marshaling science to fix environmental problems ranging from toxic chemicals to climate change will be put to the test from Monday at talks in Nairobi. The 40-year-old UN Environment Programme will open its annual governing council to all the world’s almost 200 nations, up from a current group of 58, under reforms aimed at making the world economy greener at a time of weak economic growth. “A strengthened UNEP will .. Continue reading

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UN’s green Earth plan faces first test

Reuters: A new United Nations plan to involve all nations in marshaling science to fix environmental problems ranging from toxic chemicals to climate change will be put to the test from Monday at talks in Nairobi. The 40-year-old UN Environment Programme will open its annual governing council to all the world’s almost 200 nations, up from a current group of 58, under reforms aimed at making the world economy greener at a time of weak economic growth. “A strengthened UNEP will … Continue reading

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UN’s green Earth plan faces first test

Reuters: A new United Nations plan to involve all nations in marshaling science to fix environmental problems ranging from toxic chemicals to climate change will be put to the test from Monday at talks in Nairobi. Continue reading

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UN’s green Earth plan faces first test

Reuters: A new United Nations plan to involve all nations in marshaling science to fix environmental problems ranging from toxic chemicals to climate change will be put to the test from Monday at talks in Nairobi. Continue reading

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UN’s green Earth plan faces first test

Reuters: A new United Nations plan to involve all nations in marshaling science to fix environmental problems ranging from toxic chemicals to climate change will be put to the test from Monday at talks in Nairobi. The 40-year-old UN Environment Programme will open its annual governing council to all the world’s almost 200 nations, up from a current group of 58, under reforms aimed at making the world economy greener at a time of weak economic growth. “A strengthened UNEP will … Continue reading

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UN’s green Earth plan faces first test

Reuters: A new United Nations plan to involve all nations in marshaling science to fix environmental problems ranging from toxic chemicals to climate change will be put to the test from Monday at talks in Nairobi. The 40-year-old UN Environment Programme will open its annual governing council to all the world’s almost 200 nations, up from a current group of 58, under reforms aimed at making the world economy greener at a time of weak economic growth. “A strengthened UNEP will .. Continue reading

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BP executives awarded bonuses despite Deepwater Horizon disaster

Guardian: BP, the company at the centre of the worst oil spill in US history, has awarded bonuses to two of its senior directors, according to its annual report. Byron Grote, the finance director, and Iain Conn, the head of refining, have both received payouts of more than £100,000 on top of their regular salaries although those bonuses are dramatically lower than in 2009. Continue reading

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BP executives awarded bonuses despite Deepwater Horizon disaster

Guardian: BP, the company at the centre of the worst oil spill in US history, has awarded bonuses to two of its senior directors, according to its annual report. Byron Grote, the finance director, and Iain Conn, the head of refining, have both received payouts of more than £100,000 on top of their regular salaries although those bonuses are dramatically lower than in 2009. The payments have been made even though the share price of the oil group has continued to suffer from the Deepwater Horizon accident,… Continue reading

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