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NG Radio Interview: Rio+20 Shows Cooperation and Roadblocks

  Rio+20 continues in the gorgeous city of Rio de Janeiro, as a steady stream of world leaders take the podium and wax poetic on sustainable development. Yesterday, I called in to Carmen Russell-Sluchansky’s show on Voice of Russia to give my impressions of how the conference is going. Listen to the brief interview here....

Rio de Janeiro is a picturesque place to talk about sustainable development (Sugarloaf is the prominent peak). Photo: Brian Clark Howard

 

Rio+20 continues in the gorgeous city of Rio de Janeiro, as a steady stream of world leaders take the podium and wax poetic on sustainable development.

Yesterday, I called in to Carmen Russell-Sluchansky’s show on Voice of Russia to give my impressions of how the conference is going.

Listen to the brief interview here.

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