Ma Kai, Minister in Charge of theState Development and ReformCommission, China
Liu Shuying, Vice Chairperson of Jilin Provincial People’s Congress and National Project Director for Modernized Biomass Energy, China
16At a glance: Energy18Sustainable dreams
Chin-Chin Gutierrez, award-winning actress and conservationist: interview
19Brightening the future
Leonard Good, CEOand Chairman of the Global Environment Facility
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21 Greening oil
Philip Watts, Chairman of theCommittee of Managing Directorsof the Royal Dutch/Shell Groupof Companies
Takeo Fukui, President and CEOof the Honda Motor Co. Ltd
24Books and products25New energy to assault poverty
Youba Sokona, Head of EnergyProgram, ENDA-TM, Senegal
26New energy entrepreneurs
Francis Yamba, Director of theCentre for Energy, Environment and Engineering, Zambia
28Time to get serious
Eileen Claussen, President of thePew Center on Global Climate Change
30Breaking the ice
Maria Maack, Environmental Manager of Icelandic New Energy
32 In my lifetime – 100 per centrenewable
Amaidhi Devaraj, student of Law at the University of Bangalore, South India
Klaus Toepfer, Executive Director of UNEP, and Corrado Clini, Director General of the Italian Ministry of Environment and former co-Chair of theG8 Task Force on Renewable Energy
4Key to development
Gerhard Schroeder, Chancellor of theFederal Republic of Germany
6The energy challenge
Ted Turner, Chairman of the United Nations Foundation
Richard G. Lugar, Chairman of the USSenate Foreign Relations Committee
8Bioenergy: doing wellwhile doing right
Timothy E. Wirth, President of theUnited Nations Foundation; C. BoydenGray, partner at Wilmer, Cutler &Pickering; John D. Podesta, President of the Center for American Progress
10New energy for development
M. Kannappan, Minister of Non-Conventional Energy Sources, India
12People13 Delivering change
Margaret Beckett, Secretary of State for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, United Kingdom
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