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Fourth Global Climate Summit held in Sao Paulo

06-03-2011 10:07 BJT

Former president of Colombia Andres Pastrana, Sydney mayor Clover Moore, Sao Paulo mayor
Gilberto Kassab, Heidelberg mayor Eckart Wurzner, and Hong Kong's Secretary for the
Environment Edward Yau (from L to R) attend the Fourth Global Climate Summit of the 40
major cities, in the city of Sao Paulo, Brazil on June 2, 2011. The mayors of 40 major
world cities and other personalities gather to share their experiences in environmental
policy and provide solutions to address climate change. The event is held for the first
time in South America. (Xinhua/Ayrton Vignola/Agencia Estado)

 

Sao Paulo mayor Gilberto Kassab (L) greets Heidelberg mayor Eckart Wurzner during the
Fourth Global Climate Summit of the 40 major cities, in the city of Sao Paulo, Brazil on
June 2, 2011. The mayors of 40 major world cities and other personalities gather to share
their experiences in environmental policy and provide solutions to address climate change.
The event is held for the first time in South America. (Xinhua/Ayrton Vignola/Agencia
Estado)

 

Former president of Colombia Andres Pastrana attends the Fourth Global Climate Summit of
the 40 major cities, in the city of Sao Paulo, Brazil on June 2, 2011. The mayors of 40
major world cities and other personalities gather to share their experiences in
environmental policy and provide solutions to address climate change. The event is held for
the first time in South America. (Xinhua/Ayrton Vignola/Agencia Estado)

 

Sao Paulo mayor Gilberto Kassab (L) speaks during the Fourth Global Climate Summit of the
40 major cities, in the city of Sao Paulo, Brazil on June 2, 2011. The mayors of 40 major
world cities and other personalities gather to share their experiences in environmental
policy and provide solutions to address climate change. The event is held for the first
time in South America. (Xinhua/Ayrton Vignola/Agencia Estado)

 

Editor:Wang Xiaomei |Source: Xinhua

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