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Corporate Governance

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6 Oct 2016

Sensing opportunity, cities seek business backing for climate change efforts

By Megan Rowling | October 06 2016 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) Cities around the world, including in developing nations, are increasingly grasping the economic opportunities generated by the need to tackle […]

5 Oct 2016

Paris climate accord to take effect; Obama hails ‘historic day’

By Alister Doyle and Roberta Rampton | 5 October 2016 A global agreement to combat climate change will take force after support from European nations sent the accord across an […]

4 Oct 2016

EXECUTIVE PERSPECTIVE: From Corporate Citizenship to Corporate Statesmanship

By Georg Kell and Martin Reeves | 3 October 2016 Georg Kell is Vice Chairman of Arabesque and Founding Director of the United Nations Global Compact. Martin Reeves is a […]

27 Sep 2016

EXECUTIVE PERSPECTIVE: Global Call to All Boys and Young Men to LEAP in Gender Equality for Planet 50-50 by 2030

By Richard Castillo (Man Up Campaign), Jason Tan de Bibiana (Next Gen Men) and Ravi Karkara (UN Women) | 27 September 2016 There are more young people between the ages […]

26 Sep 2016

INTERVIEW-Companies that care for workers can drive “sustainable cities”

By Astrid Zweynert | September 26 2016 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) Companies can play an important role in improving city life if they pursue programmes to benefit workers as much as […]

26 Sep 2016

Fishing for fairness: Ending slavery and labour exploitation in the fishing industry

By Trang Chu Minh, TrustLaw | September 26 2016 Championing the fight against modern day slavery, TrustLaw connected Visayan Forum Foundation to seven law firms, led by Linklaters, to lead a critical […]

26 Sep 2016

White House puts real-time climate data online for city planners

By Sebastien Malo | September 26 2016 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) A new website powered by the White House and partners including Google and Microsoft, aims to pull real-time climate data […]

26 Sep 2016

How do we cut poverty and emissions? Fund some clean energy

By Laurie Goering | September 26 2016 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) To avoid the worst impacts of climate change – from worsening droughts, flooding and storms to sea level rise – countries […]

26 Sep 2016

Waste not want not: Sweden to give tax breaks for repairs

By Richard Orange| September 26 2016 (The Guardian) The Swedish government is introducing tax breaks on repairs to everything from bicycles to washing machines so it will no longer make sense […]

26 Sep 2016

Carbon emissions not priced at true cost to climate: OECD

By Bate Felix | September 26 2016 (Reuters) Ninety percent of carbon dioxide emissions by major advanced economies is not priced at a level that truly reflects the actual cost to […]

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