Actions urgently needed to protect ecosystems are costly, and money doesn’t rain down from the sky or grow from the trees. Or does it?
The story of how one bank is defying the mainstream by introducing a voluntary financial transaction tax mechanism to fund sustainable development.
The International Trade Union Confederation, one of our founding members, share their views on the Rio+20 negotiations.
A new spirit of adventure and intrepid exploration is spreading through the corporate world as part of a quest for greener economies.
Tthe Heart of Borneo (HoB) has emerged as a bright light on the international horizon with its tri-national embracing of a green economic future.
Many of the poorest people in india still lack even basic access to energy. And the infrastructure behind the rapid growth still relies on unsustainable products and materials.
A green economy that is geared towards low-carbon, low environmental-impact and resource efficient production and consumption, offers huge potential for economies at all levels of development.
Does pavan sukhdev’s vision of the corporation in 2020 stand up?
The deeper reason lies in the murky secrets of money-creation and how financial sleight-of-hand enabled financial players to control politicians – even in democracies.
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