Huffington Post: The Financial Community: Emerging Champions of Resource Management

24 July 2012, in Re|Source 2012

The speaker list for Re|Source 2012 reads as much like a red carpet line-up as a groundbreaking forum on resource challenges: Sir David Attenborough, Bill Clinton, John Landau -- to name but three.

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Resource.com: Finance and business representatives meet at Re|Source to discuss investment opportunities in sustainability and resource security

13 July 2012, in Re|Source 2012 (1)

A group of finance professionals, as well as business directors, academics, policy makers and politicians are meeting in Oxford to discuss issues of resource security. In what is being billed as a ‘Davos-style conference’, Re|Source 2012 aims to highlight the financial benefits for businesses that take advantage of opportunities generated ...

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The Guardian: The financial community – emerging champions of resource management

13 July 2012, in Re|Source 2012 (1)

Despite suffering something of an image problem of late, the finance community is in a position to be a powerful agent of positive change

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The Guardian: Sustainability problems galore but precious few solutions

13 July 2012, in Re|Source 2012 (1)

While the 250 high level participants at the University of Oxford's Resource conference are clear about why short termism is so dominant, there is no silver bullet that will save civilisation

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The Guardian: Global fight for natural resources 'has only just begun'

13 July 2012, in Re|Source 2012 (1)

Academics and business figures gave a grim warning at the Resource 2012 conference, but defended the Rio+20 outcomes

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The Guardian: Bill Clinton: 'cutting use of natural resources would help US economy'

13 July 2012, in Re|Source 2012 (1)

Former president says US would recover faster from financial crises if more effort was made to use resources sustainably

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BBC News: Bill Clinton Voters 'don't know' about resource scarcity

13 July 2012, in Re|Source 2012 (1)

Former US President Bill Clinton has called for more to be done to persuade voters to support schemes that tackle global warming and resource scarcity. Speaking in Oxford at the Resource 2012 forum, he said "the whole consciousness of a significant number of voters" had to be altered.

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Private sector investment critical if we are to become resource efficient

13 July 2012, in Re|Source 2012 (1)

Business and finance leaders meet with policy experts at Re|Source 2012 The private sector is a vital partner for meeting the challenge of delivering economic growth and greater global prosperity in a world of increasing resource scarcity.

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President Clinton tells ReSource 2012 co-operation is the only way to solve resource challenges

13 July 2012, in Re|Source 2012 (1)

The most important decision of the 21st century is whether the human race can learn to share its scarce natural resources for the common good, President Bill Clinton told business, finance and political leaders at Re|Source 2012.

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BBC News: Global powerbrokers focus on food and water scarcity

12 July 2012, in Re|Source 2012 (1)

The man from the United Nations is not sugar-coating the threat he says the world faces as a result of future food, water and energy shortages.

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President Bill Clinton joins line up of speakers on resource scarcity at a forum hosted at Oxford University

12 June 2012, in Re|Source 2012 (1)

Nobel prize-winning Economist Amartya Sen and Film Director James Cameron will join President Bill Clinton at Oxford University this summer (12-13 July) for a ground-breaking forum on resource scarcity and volatility– ensuring continued access to food, energy and water as demographics rapidly change. The primarily investor audience will hear about ...

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Business must grasp opportunities of delivering global growth with managing scarce food, water & energy resources

23 April 2012, in Re|Source 2012 (1)

President Clinton to join business, finance and political leaders for unique two day forum on world’s resources The international business and finance community must take the lead in solving increasing food, energy and water scarcity as population growth and economic development puts greater strains on the planet’s resources.

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Re|Source 2012

13 March 2012, in Re|Source 2012 (1)

Re|Source 2012, bringing together the intelligence, investment and influence to address global resource issues, will take place at Oxford University on 12-13 July 2012.

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