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G20 MEMBER COUNTRIES123approach for greater oil recovery we are putting thepieces of the energy puzzle together to create a set ofvaluable products whilst taking measures to producecarbon neutral energy solutions.For further information on the company's activitiesvisit: www.lincenergy.com or invest using the codesASX:LNC or OTCQX: LNCGY. nABOUT THE AUTHORPeter Bond is Chief Executive Officer of LincEnergy Ltd. He began his career in mining thirtyyears ago, after training as a metallurgist at BHP.At the age of 23, his entrepreneurial streak shoneand he personally raked and hand cleaned over1,000 tonnes of coal, which he sold to a brickcompany for AU$17,000. After years in the coalindustry, Mr Bond went on to own his own coalcompany. Since then he has been involved intransforming underperforming companies intovaluable assets, in both Australia and overseas.From late 2004, and in just three years, Mr Bondhas transformed Linc Energy from a small start-up,to a successful IPO on the Australian SecuritiesExchange (ASX) - and onto becoming an AU$2 billion ASX200 company. Mr Bond is also amember of the BRW Australian Rich List and isknown for his philanthropic efforts.i When compared with traditional coal-fired powergeneration.ii When compared with conventional diesel fuels.iii Underground Coal Gasification Chapter, 2007, Survey of Energy Resources, World Energy Council.

he first ever female speaker to open theGeneral Debate, Dilma Rousseff, thePresident of Brazil, called on the worldleaders to find a solution to theeconomic crisis and declared Brazil's commitmentto the international negotiations on climate change.For the first time in the history of the United Nations,a female voice opens the General Debate. It is thevoice of democracy and equality reverberating fromthis, which has the commitment of being the mostrepresentative podium in the world. It is withpersonal humility, but with my justified pride as awoman, that I meet this historic moment. I share this feeling with over half of the humanbeings on this planet who, like myself, were bornwomen and who, with tenacity, are occupying theplace they deserve in the world. I am certain thatthis will be the century of women. In Portuguese, words such as life, soul and hope arefeminine nouns. Two other words that are veryspecial to me are also feminine: courage andsincerity. And it is with courage and sincerity that Iwish to speak to you today. The world is going through an extremely delicatemoment, which is also a great historic opportunity. We face an economic crisis that, unless it isovercome, could become a grave political and socialrift. Such a rift would be unprecedented, capable ofcausing serious imbalances in the relationship amongpeople and among nations. More than ever, the fate ofthe world is in the hands of its leaders -all of them,without exception. We can either unite and togetheremerge victorious; or we can emerge defeated. A CALLFORUNITYOpening of the General Debate of the 66th Session of the United Nations General Assembly124G20 MEMBER COUNTRIESDILMA ROUSSEFF, PRESIDENT, BRAZILT