2011: the year ahead
the environmentalist asks policymakers, regulators and business leaders what the main issues facing practitioners will be over the next 12 months.Janez Potocnik European commissioner for environment I see three main challenges ahead, each as important as the others. The first relates to resource efficiency, a key part of Europe 2020, the
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