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Transnational movement of waste. Environment and Society Forum Summary Statement 20

July 2009

A summary statement of the findings from a one day meeting focusing on the challenges facing the waste industry

Transnational movement of waste. Environment & Society Forum Summary Statement 20

Transnational movement of waste: local social responsibility and global sustainability

A summary statement of the findings from a one day meeting held in April 2006, focusing on the challenges facing the waste industry today.

View the Transnational movement of waste report (PDF)

Policy briefings and Summary Statements

The Society facilitates the transfer of knowledge between researchers, practitioners and policymakers through responses to consultations, conferences and meetings, giving evidence, and briefings.

This summary statement is an output of one of the Environment and Society Forum conferences.

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