Janos Pasztor

UN Panel on Global Sustainability

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Executive Secretary of the UN Panel on Global Sustainability

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At the African Union conference in Ethiopia today, the UN’s 22-member Panel on Global Sustainability issued a stark warning about sustaining the nations of the World as we know them.

UN Panel Urges Sustainable Development

At the African Union conference in Ethiopia today, the UN’s 22-member Panel on Global Sustainability issued a stark warning about sustaining the nations of the World as we know them.

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