Our Principles paper sets a roadmap for a fair, green future
Mainstream economics justifies the primacy of individual shareholder interests. Henry Leveson-Gower, CEO of Promoting Economic Pluralism, argues that unless we challenge this paradigm, the green economy could remain marginal.
Corporate greed vs environmental need.
Business-as-usual is no longer an option. So what next?
New approaches to protecting water, biodiversity and livelihoods.”
Could “collaborative consumption” help save money and the environment?
Economic policies to deliver well-being
Are we making anywhere near enough progress to save the planet from drowning in plastic?
Workers with disabilities are an asset. With minimum support they can make wonders.
“Future proofing the economy is long road but it has to be taken.” The MyHIJAU Mark is Malaysia’s official green recognition of environmentally sound products and services initiated and endorsed by the Government of Malaysia.”
A case study in natural capital.
In response to the global climate and ecological emergency, leading global labour, economic and environment institutions are coming together for the first time to commit to new principles to achieve green and fair economies.
Over the years, it has become the general consensus that despite regulations in place, sustainability isn’t a norm for tourism growth in the state.”
But when it comes to tackling the most pressing environmental problems such as climate breakdown, species extinction or resource depletion, green growth might weaken rather than strengthen progress. Here are five reasons why.
The interconnections between health and environment are subtler and more complex than just diesel fumes, contaminated chicken and asbestos in the attic
Lessons from ten years of Energiewende.