This could be big. About 60,000 attendees to the World Summit on Sustainable Development (WSSD) hope to at last shape a concrete action plan that will pull the world's poor people out of impoverishment without inflicting lasting damage to the environment. Delegates, including some 100 heads of state, are expected to attend the gathering, whose deliberations could have far-reaching effects on trade, the environment and the global economy. It is for these reasons the summit is likely to ...
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