FT joins the World Green Summit as Global Media Partner April 25, 2012 - London -The Financial Times ( http://www.ft.com ) joins as Global Media Part

FT joins the World Green Summit as Global Media Partner

April 25, 2012 - London -The Financial Times joins as Global Media Partner for the World Green Summit (www.worldgreensummit.org)--the business, finance and government forum during the high-level segment of the Rio+20 conference on June 20th, 2012, at the Government of Rio Pavilion, located at the Olympics Athlete's Park, next to the official Rio+20 conference centre: Riocentro.

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Michael Mathres, Director, World Green Summit says, "We are delighted to be working with the Financial Times, as they are essential to the success of the World Green Summit. Their involvement will include moderating a plenary session and promoting the summit."

About the Financial Times: The Financial Times has established a successful channel neutral strategy, encompassing print, digital and mobile, that provides flexibility for business professionals around the world on how they choose to receive FT content. Every day, 2.2 million* people read the FT in print or online across the world. There are 285,000 digital subscribers and 4.3 million registered users on FT.com. More than 2 million people have used the FT’s Web App. For further information, please visit: www.ft.com.

About the World Green Summit: The World Green Summit (WGS) is a new annual high-level forum committed to progressing sustainable development and the green economy, by engaging business, finance, government and other leaders to find solutions for industries, cities, regions and nations. Endorsed by the Government of Rio de Janeiro, the inaugural WGS provides a media, marketing and networking platform during the official high-level portion of the Rio+20 conference, to enable the world’s leading CEOs, financiers, celebrities, and dignitaries to initiate, communicate and build solutions for a sustainable future. The summit is supported by Institutional Partners (Carbon Disclosure Project, United Nations Foundation, Sustainable Energy For All, UNICA), Global Media Partners (TIME) and is by invitation-only for 600 business and government leaders. WGS is organised by World Climate Ltd and Climate Action, two leaders in the green media space.

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