Calls for more green action

Hui, Cheok Soh
June 2007
ICIS Chemical Business;6/4/2007, Vol. 2 Issue 69, p12
Trade Publication
This article explains that governments should be more committed to developing policies to encourage the growth of energy-efficient industries in order to cut greenhouse gas emissions, according to Colin Heseltine, executive director of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation secretariat. He said at a forum that the policies should include the promotion of biofuels, as well as helping developing economies upgrade technology and work practices to become more environmentally friendly.


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