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Manufacturers Association (JAMA);TAKING ON THE CO2 CHALLENGE: A SMART APPROACHFOR ROAD TRANSPORT70 Filippo BettiniHead of Group Sustainability and Risk Governance, Pirelli GroupPIRELLI: FULLY COMMITTED TO SUSTAINABLE MOBILITYAVIATION72 Giovanni BisignaniDirector-General and CEO, International Air TransportAssociation (IATA)AVIATION ARRIVES IN CANCÚN WITH ITS HOMEWORKDONETOURISM74 Dr Taleb RifaiSecretary-General, United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO)STRIKING A BALANCE AT COP 16: TOURISM AND CLIMATE CHANGEHEALTH78 Dr Maria NeiraDirector, Department of Public Health and Environment, World Health Organisation (WHO)GREEN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COULD BE GOOD FOR HEALTHGLOBAL VOICES82 Gordon ShepherdLeader, Climate Initiative, WWFCAN DO - MUST DO - WILL DO: CLIMATE CHANGE DOESNOT WAIT84 Professor Julia Slingo Chief Scientist, Met OfficeAN UNCERTAIN FUTURE?88 Ban Ki-moon Secretary-General, United Nations (UN)A CALL FOR GLOBAL ACTION TO REDUCE CLIMATE RISKSG-20 MEMBERS90 Lee Myung-bakPresident, Republic of Korea; and 2010 Chair of the G20 GREEN GROWTH -A NEW PARADIGM FOR PROSPERITY92 Julia Gillard Prime Minister, AustraliaTHE ADVANTAGES OF ACTING ON A CARBON PRICE: ANAUSTRALIAN PERSPECTIVE94 Peter BondChief Executive Officer, Linc Energy LtdUCG LEADS THE WAY010THE NEW ECONOMY12684

98 Wen JiabaoPrime Minister, People's Republic of ChinaCONSOLIDATING THE UPWARD MOMENTUM ANDPROMOTING SUSTAINED GROWTH100 Nicolas Sarkozy President, French RepublicWILL AND DETERMINATION102 Dr Manmohan Singh Prime Minister, IndiaNEW INITIATIVES TO FOSTER HABITAT AND WATERSUSTAINABILITY104 Dr Susilo Bambang YudhoyonoPresident, Republic of IndonesiaGEOTHERMAL RESOURCES: A PART OF THE CLIMATESOLUTION106 Naoto Kan Prime Minister, JapanACHIEVING THE MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS108 Dmitry MedvedevPresident, Russian FederationTHE ISSUE OF ENERGY EFFICIENCY IN RUSSIA110 Jacob ZumaPresident, Republic of South AfricaOPPORTUNITY FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF GREENECONOMY IN SOUTH AFRICA112 Rt Hon David CameronPrime Minister, United Kingdom CREATING A NEW ECONOMIC DYNAMISM114 Barack ObamaPresident, United States of AmericaHOMEGROWN CLEAN ENERGY WILL JUMPSTART THEECONOMYGLOBAL VOICES116 Lisa P. JacksonEnvironment Protection Agency (EPA)USA: MAKING PROGRESS ON BIOFUELS118 Lord Chris SmithChairman, Environment AgencyADAPTATION EFFORTS IN ENGLAND AND WALES120 Dr James HansenDirector, NASA Goddard Institute for Space StudiesEQUAL PROTECTION OF THE LAWSFORESTRY122 Dr Yemi KaterereHead of the Secretariat, UN-REDD ProgrammeREDD+: A VITAL PART OF THE CLIMATE CHANGESOLUTIONSUSTAINABLE WATER126 Dr Anna GrobickiExecutive Secretary, Global Water Partnership (GWP)MANAGING WATER FOR GREEN GROWTH: SUPPORTINGCLIMATE ADAPTATION, BUILDING CLIMATE RESILIENCE THE NEW ECONOMY01190122