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- Not In My Back Yard
- Digital Divide in the UK?
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Robin Farrington, WWF
- Aired: October 2009,
- Posted: 21st October, 2009
- Video: FLV /
- 79 MB
Robin Farrington, WWF (Speaker) Robin primarily focuses on engaging the private sector on global water issues.
His work aims to mobilise companies to reduce the impacts of their water footprints on water stressed ecosystems around the world, and to build a compelling business case for the private sector, governments and other stakeholders to tackle shared water-related risks.back to top »