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Enter into a conversation with Maurice Strong, one of the most prominent Sustainable Development's "father"

"If the world succeeds in making a transition to truly sustainable development, all of us will owe no small debt of gratitude to Maurice Strong, whose prescience and dynamic presence on the International stage have played a key role in convincing governments and grassroots alike to embrace the principle - if not yet the practice - of adopting a new, long-term, custodial approach to the global environment." --- Kofi Annan former UN secretary General
 

2012/6/22 An other approach: Could the Civil Society have succeeded where multi-lateralism failed ? The Rio+20 Dialogues

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9.6.2012: The Rio+20 Dialogues have now entered the second phase.

The 100 recommendations generated by the 12,000 participants in www.riodialogues.org are now ready for public vote at http://vote.riodialogues.org
 

2011/11/01: Submission by Switzerland for UNCSD 2012 (Rio+20)

Summary
While the Rio Declaration, Agenda 21 and the Johannesburg Plan of Implementation remain highly relevant, Switzerland proposes to renew the commitment for sustainable development through the following measures regarding the two main themes of the Rio+20 conference:

Reference: K402-0239

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