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Rio+20 reports and briefings
12 June 2012

Rio+20: Is this it?

Rio+20: Is this it?

Friends of the Earth EWNI's initial analysis of 'The Future We Want', the final draft text of the Rio+20 Earth Summit.

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Rio+20: A short briefing from Friends of the Earth England, Wales and Northern Ireland

Rio+20: A short briefing from Friends of the Earth England, Wales and Northern Ireland

(Helen Wolfson)

This short briefing provides some background to the Rio+20 Summit. It outlines the main issues to be discussed, suggests some likely outcomes and puts forward Friends of the Earth England, Wales and Northern Ireland's hopes for the talks.

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UN Sustainable Energy for All - Full Briefing

UN Sustainable Energy for All - Full Briefing

(Pascoe Sabido)

This briefing introduces the UN's Sustainable Energy for All Initiative. It looks at the weaknesses of the Initiative and suggests improvements to tackle climate change and poverty, by delivering clean, safe and affordable renewable energy for everyone.

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UN Sustainable Energy for All - Summary Briefing

UN Sustainable Energy for All - Summary Briefing

(Pascoe Sabido)

This is a summary to the above paper. It pulls together the main points about the UN's Sustainable Energy for All Initiative. It also lists improvements that must be made so that it genuinely tackles climate change and poverty.

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Sustainable Development Goals: Building the foundations for an inclusive process

Sustainable Development Goals: Building the foundations for an inclusive process

(Jeannet Lingán, Jack Cornforth and Robert Pollard, Stakeholder Forum)

This paper gives information from stakeholders on key issues around the Sustainable Development Goals. It hopes to inform organisations working on these issues.

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Rio+20 Earth Summit: What the UK needs to do to make it matter

Rio+20 Earth Summit: What the UK needs to do to make it matter

(Helen Wolfson)

This reports sets out key steps the UK government should take at the Rio+20 Summit and beyond to put us on a path to a sustainable future.

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