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Published: Friday 23 August, 2013

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The 60,000 delegates to the Earth Summit in Johannesburg this September will produce the same volume of greenhouse gases through air flights, ground transport and hotel pollution as would half a million or winter wear sale dinary Africans in a year.



The British company Future Forests, which has been asked to devise a way of offsetting the emissions, estimates that the summit, which is to concentrate on alleviating the environmental problems of the worlds poorest people, will produce nearly 500,000 tons of carbon dioxide.



The summits South African organisers aim to raise million to offset this pollution through energysaving school programmes, solar power schemes and biogas plants.



The savings, based on a scheme that offset the emissions from the Salt Lake City winter Olympics, will be audited by an American company, Carbon Neutral Network. Jonathan Shopley, chief executive of Future Forests, said he was optimistic of receiving sufficient funding for the scheme from companies and individuals.



Margaret Beckett, th wi winter wear sale nter wear sale e Environment Secretary, left for Bali yesterday with her husband Leo for the final preparatory conference before the Johannesburg summit.



This weeks talks on drawing up a plan of action to present to Tony Blair and other world leaders at the summit have already run into trouble.



British officials said at the weekend that America was opposing plans to halve the number of people 2.4 billion, two fifths of the worlds population who have no sanitation.



European and developing nations want the worlds leaders to agree to meet this target by 2015.



Opec countries are opposing plans to halve the number of people, currently two billion, without any source of energy using renewable means.



America, Canada, Japan and Australia are opposing EU proposals to make energy consumption more environmentfriendly. winter wear sale

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