As delegates gather for this year’s European Petrochemical Association meeting in the unreal world of Monaco (unreal for the 99.9 per cent recurring of us who don’t own Ferraris), I thought it was worth summarising some of the issues discussed …
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By John on 27 September, 2008 in Business, China, Company Strategy, Economics, Environment, Europe, Managing people, Polyolefins, Sustainability, Technology, US
By John on 27 August, 2008 in Business, China, Economics, Environment, Managing people, Sustainability, US
This article, by David Strahan, author of The Last Oil Shock, says that it would take three million coconuts to power one flight from London to Amsterdam on 100% biofuels.
Some of the comments posted at the end of this …
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