Energy, green groups talk biodiversity

October 2003
InTech;Oct2003, Vol. 50 Issue 10, p24
Presents information on the report released by the Energy and Biodiversity Initiative on biodiversity. Recommendations and tools for integrating biodiversity conservation into oil and gas development; Questions addressed by the report; Collaboration of energy companies and conservation organizations for the report.


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