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MiningThe only good watt is a negawattDue to intrinsic inefficiencies, 33 units of energy consumed at the point of userequire 100 units of primary energy©2012 Schneider Electric. All Rights Reserved. Schneider Electric, EcoStruxure, Efficient Enterprise, and Active Energy Management Architecture from Power Plant to Plug are trademarks owned by Schneider Electric Industries SAS or its affiliated companies. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. 35 rue Joseph Monier, CS 30323, 95506 Rueil Malmaison Cedex (France) . 998-3259_GMA-GB_D *Source: World Energy Outlook 2009, IEA/OECDWhat's a negawatt? The one you didn't useEnergy saved is money savedYes, the smart grid is coming and we are actively implementing intelligence and innovations to help make it a reality. But we need a solution that will save energy and drive efficiency today as we are building the smarter gridsof tomorrow.Introducing EcoStruxure: Active Energy Management Architecture from Power Plant to PlugTMRight now, EcoStruxure solutions from Schneider ElectricT can reduce your energy use by up to 30% while cutting capital and operational costs. End-use efficiency is where our focus needs to be! The percentage of revenue spent on energy by companies could reach 30% by 2020. And there is an urgent need to reduce CO2 emissions, especially as energy demand escalates. Energy management is the key - the fastest and most effective solution to curb greenhouse gas emissions while improving business performance. In fact, by 2030, energy efficiency and behaviour change will offset more CO2 than all the new wind, solar, and other alternative energy generation methods combined.*EcoStruxure solutions cut energy costs today As energy prices continue to climb, every unit of energy you save matters. One unit saved at the point of use means three units of primary energy not consumed. Today, only EcoStruxure Active Energy Management architecture can deliver up to 30% energy savings across your buildings, industrial plants, and data centres. You deserve an Efficient EnterpriseT!30%30%30%100 energy units35 energy units33 energy unitsGenerationTransmissionPoint of useVisit Key Code 16878p Call 0870 608 6 608Get smarter about energyDownload this White Paper, 'Growing a GreenCorporation', a ?170 value, for FREEand register to win an iPad 2!

contentsFOREWORD14-15 Dr James Hansen Head, NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies Adjunct Professor, Columbia University's Earth Institute INDUSTRY INTRODUCTION16-19 Harry Verhaar Head of Global Public & Government Affairs, Philips LightingLighting up the Road to a Healthy and Sustainable WorldG8 MEMBER COUNTRIES20-21 Barack Obama President of the United States of America Welcome 22-23 Stephen Harper Prime Minister, Canada Jobs and Prosperity24-25 Nicolas SarkozyPresident, The French RepublicTurning a Page on the Financial Crisis26-27 Yoshihiko Noda Prime Minister, JapanThe Rebirth of Japan28-29 Vladimir Putin Prime Minister and President-Elect The Russian FederationBuilding a Strong Society in the Changing World30-31 Edward Davey Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change, The United KingdomThe Climate Security ChallengePOST- DURBAN REMARKS32-33 Edna Molewa Minister of Water and Environmental Affairs, South AfricaHead of South African Delegation for COP17The Durban Platform to Strengthen the International Climate Change Regime34/35 Christiana Figueres Executive Secretary, The UNFCCCImplications of the Durban Outcome for Enhancing Action on Climate ChangeSUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT - RIO+2036-37 Sha Zukang UN Under-Secretary General for Economic and Social AffairsSecretary-General, The 2012 UN Conference on Sustainable Development (Rio+20)Building Green Economies for a Sustainable Future38-39 Achim Steiner United Nations Under-Secretary General010 the new economyPublished in Association with20