Comments Off on Why progressive sustainability ultimately will win
Given the ringing success of the SDGs and Paris Agreement, don’t be surprised that the nationalist right is rising up now.
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Why progressive sustainability ultimately will win
Comments Off on Avoid these 8 deforestation traps in your supply chain
A narrow focus on avoiding deforestation may mean ignoring pollution, water stewardship, labor rights, social equity and other sustainability issues.
“Companies should not ‘cherry pick’ the SDGs they want to focus on while ignoring others that don’t meet their corporate priorities.”
Why Oxfam won’t compromise on SDGs
Comments Off on Here’s what cities can do to catalyze sustainable development
A look at how local actions can impact each of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals.
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Here’s what cities can do to catalyze sustainable development
Comments Off on Women-owned businesses: A niche market or vehicles for change?
One CEO finds a bigger business opportunity than she had imagined.
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Women-owned businesses: A niche market or vehicles for change?
Comments Off on What’s really holding smart cities back? (Hint: it’s not tech)
New technologies like advanced lighting and water-saving sensors are already here, but it will take a reordering of the job market and public buying principles.
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What’s really holding smart cities back? (Hint: it’s not tech)
Comments Off on The joys of busking for a better world
Why some of the world’s best thinkers on sustainability recently sang for their supper on a London riverbank.
The joys of busking for a better world
Comments Off on VERGE Accelerate announces 14 finalists for September fast-pitch competition
Startups to pitch sustainability solutions before global audience.
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VERGE Accelerate announces 14 finalists for September fast-pitch competition
Comments Off on Sustaining the world we want (without screwing it up)
We only need the SDGs because we screwed up.
Comments Off on 4 keys to getting down to business on the Paris climate deal
Responding to climate risk and seizing the opportunities surrounding clean energy are two vital next steps.
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4 keys to getting down to business on the Paris climate deal