Rio+20: United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development

SYMPOSIUM: Sustainable Development - New Dimensions for Society & Business

18 June, 09:30 - 20:00 Espaço Tom Jobim, Botanical Garden, Rio de Janeiro
 

The Symposium on Sustainability Rio+20 included the participation of opinion leaders and senior decision makers from academia, and catered to a wide range of stakeholders and experts on sustainable development attending the Earth Summit.

The Symposium consisted of a number of scientific sessions, covering a range of key topics on sustainable development, and featuring the world's foremost scientific experts. It was organized and managed by ITV and MIND, with the support of Vale.


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Symposium Programme -
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The challenges of unsustainable development by Mohan Munasinghe - Download

Decoupling is at the core of the International Resource Panel's agenda by Ernst Ulrich Weizsäcker - Download

Managing systemic global Issues to achieve sustainability and security by Martin Lees - Download

Identifying the Rio+40 roadmap by Alexander Likhotal - Download

Uma experiencia de parceria social público-privada aplicada a gestáo municipal by Mercio Rosa Junior - Download

A mutually-beneficial investment framework for sustainable mining by Lisa Sachs - Download

ICMM: mining and its contribution to sustainable development by Ben Davies -
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Creating shared value by Mark Kramer-
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Sustainomics: practical methodology and applications for making development more sustainable by Mohan Munasinghe -
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Is mining sustainable? myths & facts: need for sustainable development indicators by Roberto C. Villas-Bôas -
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Sustainable intensification of agriculture using an ecosystem services framework to achieve food and environmental security by Guy Poppy -
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Asian case study: sustainability analysis of the three gorges dam project in china by Risa Morimoto -
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Prestação de contas no setor de mineração by Clarissa Lins
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Latin america and caribbean case study: intergrating climate change into national sustainable development strategies and plans by Ivan Vera
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