Sustaining Excellence: The 2006-2007 Annual Report of the International Institute for Sustainable Development
The 2006-2007 annual report describes program highlights and financial performance for the year ending March 31, 2007. The report also includes feature articles on our work in China, ongoing research into Lake Winnipeg, and the prospects for global environmental governance in a world of institutional change. The report also draws attention to sustainable development since the Bruntland report, with an article focusing on the reflections of Bruntland's Canadian commissioners—Maurice Strong and Jim MacNeill. As climate change policy heats up in Canada and abroad, IISD's Climate Change and Energy Director John Drexhage probes some tough questions on the road ahead.
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