2020 is a crucial year to get governments, businesses and communities around the world to accelerate on sustainable development. Progress in climate change, biodiversity, gender equality ...
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The SDGs could be worth $12 trillion, but they've been slow to attract finance. SDG500 is a new multistakeholder investment initiative to change that.
Businesses can make capitalism work for everyone by incorporating basic human decency, says Mastercard's CEO Ajay Banga.
This year should see agreements on biodiversity, climate targets and marine resources. It's time for a New Deal for Nature and People.
It weighs, photographs, and monitors all the food thrown into it, and now this smart bin will be helping boost sustainability at the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting.
Read an extract about the failures of capitalism, and Paul Collier's vision on how we can repair it.
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Climate change, biodiversity loss and pollution are all crucial topics that will be discussed at the World Economic Forum's Annual Meeting 2020.
Half of tropical deforestation is illegal, and it won't be stopped by voluntary measures alone.
Humans rely on nature more than they realise. Food and medical research will also be a victim from biodiversity loss. But it's not too late.
The most effective solutions to bridge opportunity gaps can be found at the local level – and require all stakeholders to come to the table.
Solar power is improving the lives of millions of people in places traditional grid electricity can’t reach.
Investors need better quality, more widely available, and comparable data on sustainability and performance to make informed judgements.
The global economy will contract by 3% by mid-century as the planet warms, with countries in North America faring the best and countries in Africa the worst, says a new study.