2012 Spring Report of the Commissioner of the Environment and Sustainable…

Two decades have passed since the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development—commonly known as the Earth Summit—was held at Rio de Janeiro in Brazil. In the intervening years, much has been accomplished on the green agenda, from reducing some key air pollutants to applying new technologies such as satellite remote sensing to help us understand complex linkages within and between ecosystems.

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