Rothschilds back Maldives in 'carbon neutral' drive

25th November 2010, Comments 0 comments

The Geneva-based Rothschild family announces the latest developments in a plan to help the Maldives, threatened by rising sea levels from climate change, to become "carbon neutral" by cutting its dependence on fossil fuels. Ariane de Rothschild, vice-chairman of the Edmond de Rothschild banking group and president of BeCitizen, an environmental consulting firm, touts the planned changes as a model for the world.

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