Alexis Sampson and Michael Jarvis report on the topic of corruption from the second day of the World Bank's International Business Forum (IBF):
Beyond best practice examples - Alexis Sampson & Michael Jarvis report from today's conference:
Over the next two days, Alexis Sampson and Michael Jarvis, both from the World Bank Institute, will be your eyes and ears at the ongoing 12th International Business Forum (IBF) in Washington, DC. Here is their first post:
On October 9 and 10, the 12th International Business Forum in Washington, DC will reflect on the role that businesses can and should play in shaping the regulation in the global business arena.
This year's focus is on two main issues: business action on climate change, and private sector's role in curbing corruption.
Today, 3,500 biogas plants generate just under one percent of the energy used in Germany and more are under way. These cone-shaped buildings work much like bovine stomachs.