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Greenpeace: Looking Forward to Doha COP18

RIO+20 was a new point to start, not the one to arrive”

- Kumi Naidoo, Greenpeace Executive Director

At the 15th International Anti-Corruption Conference held in Brasilia last week, it became impossible to ignore the links between climate justice and international corruption, two subjects that dominated many a sessions. From poor regulation examples and global commitment in climate change to questionable carbon trading international deals, disturbing examples of lack of transparency and commitment were mentioned during the panel.

Kumi Naidoo, executive director of Greenpeace International, talks about the role Greenpeace is playing today on environmental corruption and what he really expects from next United Nations Climate Change Conference held in Doha, COP18:

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Andrea Arzaba


Journalist, interested in environment, culture and development. Blogger for different online publications such as Global Voices Online, Adopt a Negotiator and founder of The SunFlower Post project. Andrea has participated in international peace initiatives such as People to People’s Peace Camp, Clinton Global Initiative and in several World Youth Congresses. She has also been invited as a panelist on Journalism, Youth Leadership and Mexico in Montreal, Moscow and Quebec. Today she is finishing her last year on a BA on Communications, focusing on Journalism, and she is a freelance writer for National Geographic Traveler. She is based in Mexico City.

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