Volkswagen Partners with Stupid Cancer for Awareness Road Trip; UN Global Development Forum Calls for "Reset" of Rio+20 Agenda - CSR Minute for March 29, 2012

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Volkswagen Partners with Stupid Cancer for Awareness Road Trip; UN Global Development Forum Calls for "Reset" of Rio+20 Agenda - CSR Minute for March 29, 2012

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Thursday, March 29, 2012 - 2:30pm

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Volkswagen is teaming up with Stupid Cancer, also known as the I’m Too Young for This! Cancer Foundation, on a cross-country road trip to raise awareness in support of young adults affected by the disease. Volkswagen has provided a co-branded 2012 Beetle Turbo to power the “Stupid Cancer/Get Busy Living Road Trip” from New York to Las Vegas, a journey ending at the 5th Annual OMG! Cancer Summit for Young Adults, which starts this Friday. Supporters can follow the team’s progress online through daily video webisodes and real time social media feeds.

The Global Human Development Forum, a UN-backed conference held in Istanbul, has concluded that the international community must “reset” the global development agenda and strengthen its commitment to sustainable development. The Forum adopted the Istanbul Declaration, which calls for action against social inequities and environmental deterioration when delegates meet at the Earth Summit in Brazil, in June.

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