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Making It #2 - Wind of Change

Making It #2 - Wind of Change

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A quarterly magazine. Stimulating, critical and constructive. A forum for discussion and exchange about the intersection of industry and development. (Issue 2)
A quarterly magazine. Stimulating, critical and constructive. A forum for discussion and exchange about the intersection of industry and development. (Issue 2)

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Published by: Making It magazine on May 25, 2010
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MakingI
IndustryforDevelopment
Time
to go
green?
Number 2
 
Wind 
 
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change 
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Bianca Jagger:After Copenhagen
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Suntech Power 
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Energy transitionsfor industry
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Carbon captureand storage
 
A new quarterly magazine.Stimulating, critical andconstructive. A forum for discussion and exchangeabout the intersection of industry and development.
Issue
1
, December 
2009
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Rwanda means business: interview with President Paul Kagame
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How I became an environmentalist: A small-town story with globalimplications by Phaedra Ellis-Lamkins, Green For All
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‘We must let nature inspire us’ Gunter Pauli presents an alternativebusiness model that is environmentally-friendly and sustainable
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Old computers new business. Microsoft on sustainable solutionsfor tackling e-waster 
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Green industry in Asia: Conference participants interviewed
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Hot Topic: Is it possible to have prosperity without growth? Is ‘greengrowth’ really possible?
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Policy Brief: Greening industrial policy; Disclosing carbon emissions
 
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The theme of this – the second – issue of 
Making It: Industry for Development 
is energy, specifically the provision of energy to spursustainable development, to facilitate productive activities bypowering tools, machinery, and manufacturing processes in waysthat will cause less – ideally no – damage to our environment.The world cannot address the threat of climate change withoutdealing with the issues of energy access and energy solutions.We cannot fight poverty without creating wealth, and it’s notpossible to create wealth without a cheap source of energy topower economic activities. And we can’t achieve any of theMillennium Development Goals without improving access toaffordable and reliable sources of energy.What are the renewable energy options for developingcountries? How can industries across the globe increase outputto meet a growing demand while, at the same time, reducegreenhouse gas emissions? What needs to be done to give theworld’s poorest people access to energy, and how can it be done?Energy for development is a vast topic, and
Making It 
hopes toact as a thought-provoker, and as a catalyst for a wider and deeperdiscussion and debate.
Making It 
’s new website – www.makingitmagazine.net – provides an interactive platform for exchange of  views and ideas, and we invite you – our readers – to join in. We want to know how you see thistopic, what energy for development means to your country, your community, your business. If you agree, or disagree, or even if  you think our contributors have missed thepoint, we want your reactions, your response.
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