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  • Published on: 29 May 2012
  • Submitted by: Stakeholder Forum for a Sustainable Future
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Outreach Magazine: May 29th news from the negotiations plus a look at water's role in a green economy
We have a diverse range of insights, from Karin Lexén's (Stockholm International Water Institute) 'Water: The bloodstream of the green economy', giving a clear outline of action required on water at Rio, and Flavia Loures and Stuart Orr's (WWF) article on 'WWF?s freshwater goals and priorities for Rio+20', to Shrikant Daji Limaye's (UNESCO-IUGS-IGCP Project GROWNET) 'In future, we want less talk and more actions at field level'. Finally, the opening page of this edition gives an outline of our plans for Outreach this week, including themes and content deadlines.
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