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Lead by example

Nature volume 486, pages 2526 (07 June 2012) | Download Citation

As host nation of Rio+20, Brazil should choose the right course for its own development, say Fabio Scarano, André Guimarães and José Maria da Silva.

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  1. Fabio Scarano, André Guimarães and José Maria da Silva work with the non-profit environmental organization Conservation International in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, and in Arlington, Virginia, USA.

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    • , André Guimarães
    •  & José Maria da Silva

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