Topic: Sustainability

All the news related to 'Sustainability' [ 3392 news items | Now showing page 4 of 170 ]

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GGGI Side Event At the Asian Development Bank Annual Meeting: Green Growth and Regional Cooperation

What: The Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI) will hold a knowledge sharing side event during the 51st Annual Meeting of the Asian Development Bank (ADB) in Ma...   [ continue reading...]

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"The Dutch Patient" by Bernard M. S. van Praag

All over the world the Dutch retirement system is considered one of the best but at home it has come under fire. Serious questions are being raised about the st...   [ continue reading...]

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As public sector workers strike, Denmark's Red-Green Alliance sets election path

Dick NicholsIssue DenmarkCopenhagenMay 3, 2018workers' rights and unionsAustraliaRGA parliamentary leader Pernille Skipper addresses the RGA conference.The...   [ continue reading...]

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As public sector workers win gains, Denmark's Red-Green Alliance sets election path

Dick NicholsIssue DenmarkCopenhagenMay 3, 2018workers' rights and unionsAustraliaRGA parliamentary leader Pernille Skipper addresses the RGA conference.The...   [ continue reading...]

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Mounting Debt Threatens UN’s Sustainable Development Goals

Elliot Harris is Assistant Secretary-General for Economic Development and Chief Economist of the United Nations Division of Economic and Social Affairs & Ch...   [ continue reading...]

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A frontline factory, an embattled oligarch and Ukraine’s industrial drift

For the future of this chemical plant in eastern Ukraine, trade policy with Russia looms large....   [ continue reading...]

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How to Keep Social Security Secure

This article appears in the Spring 2018 issue of The American Prospect magazine. Subscribe here.  For the last 35 years, official government projections ha...   [ continue reading...]

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Mothers & Children: Addressing Disappearances through a Gender Perspective

Rangita de Silva de Alwis* is Associate Dean of International Affairs at the University of Pennsylvania Law School & Advisor, UN Sustainable Development Goa...   [ continue reading...]

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The latest on OpenGlobalRights: using the SDGs to curb authoritarian power and framing gun violence as a human rights issue

Recently on OpenGlobalRights, how Sustainable Development Goals might break human rights gridlock, why the right t...   [ continue reading...]

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From “Green Growth” to Post-Growth

The hope of green growth is embedded everywhere, from the majority of domestic economic plans to major international policy schemes like the Paris Climate Agree...   [ continue reading...]

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Doing anti-surveillance activism differently

Recent campaigns waged in two Southern African Development Community (SADC) countries provide some interesting les...   [ continue reading...]

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Division and unity in Sunderland

As the British economy has moved away from manufacturing and toward financial services, growing numbers in the cit...   [ continue reading...]

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The Hunger Games: Child Labor, Poverty and Terrible Working Conditions Lie Behind All that Sugar You Eat

Serious problems including forced and child labour, poverty, and dangerous heat-related illnesses persist in today’s sugarcane industry. Reach for a...   [ continue reading...]

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In "Huge Win for Pollinators, People, and the Planet," EU Bans Bee-Killing Pesticides

The European Union on Friday voted to ban agricultural pesticides that are harmful to bees and which scientists have warned could have a broader impact on the g...   [ continue reading...]

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Ben Carson's War on Poor People Is Bad News for Republicans

He wants Congress to triple the rent on America’s poorest. President Donald Trump's choice for Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, Dr. Ben C...   [ continue reading...]

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Revving Up Green Growth

While sustainable development may still seem elusive to some, a new initiative wants to pave a path for nations working towards a greener future. Partnering for...   [ continue reading...]

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ALEC Task Forces Gather in Michigan to Draft Bills for Its Corporate Sponsors

(Photo: Snap Decision / Getty Images) If you're a fan of real journalism, now's the time to strengthen Truthout's mission. Help us keep publishing stories that...   [ continue reading...]

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First Principles for Sustainable and Equitable Transportation: A Review of Beyond Mobility

Subway systems, trams, Bus-Rapid-Transit, high-speed trains, cars – these can all play useful roles in well-designed transportation systems. But we must n...   [ continue reading...]

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Legal challenge to Wallarah2 coalmine launched

Margaret GleesonIssue 1178April 27, 2018environmentClimateanti-coalanti-miningAustraliaThe area where the proposed coalmine will be built. For more than 20...   [ continue reading...]

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First fast food union wins national recognition in the United States

Issue 1178April 27, 2018workers' rights & unionsUnited States Photo: Burgerville Workers Union / Facebook.In a major win for workers’ rights, wor...   [ continue reading...]

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