State of Play on Biofuel Subsidies: Are policies ready to shift?
June 19, 2012 - RIO DE JANEIRO - The GSI report State of Play on Biofuel Subsidies: Are policies ready to shift? was launched at a special discussion on biofuel subsidies organized by Nestlé S.A. on the Business Day at the UN Conference on Sustainable Development Rio+20.
The video below is a record of the full event, including contributions of the following speakers:
- Peter Brabeck-Letmathe, Chairman Nestlé S.A., Chairman of the 2030 Water Resources Group
- Mark Halle, Executive Director, International Institute of Sustainable Development-Europe
- Simon Upton, OECD Environment Director
- Adriano Campolina, Director of ActionAid Brazil
The video concludes with a question and answer session and discussion amongst the audience and the panelists.
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