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Torrelavega, Spain
Smoke billows from a factory during sunset in the northern Spanish town of Torrelavega, March 12, 2005. The British government said on March 11, 2005 it would launch legal proceedings against the European Union (EU) over plans for a carbon dioxide emissions trading scheme, which is designed to improve the world's climate. The EU emissions trading system aims to cut CO2 output as part of the 25-nation bloc's commitments under the Kyoto Protocol.

22 Feb 2017

EXECUTIVE PERSPECTIVE: What does ‘climate leadership’ mean for companies?

By Kevin Moss, Global Director of the World Resources Institute Business Center, WRI’s program that helps the private sector develop strategies that support sustainable strategies and drive growth, and Tim […]

A man looks at an electronic board displaying share prices in Tokyo

8 Feb 2017

EXECUTIVE PERSPECTIVE: Corporate leadership reaches an inflection point

We sat down with Dennis Whalen, Leader of the Board Leadership Center at KPMG, to understand more about why corporate governance is reaching an inflection point, with a new emphasis […]

Women collect water at the Chaquelane resettlement camp near the flood hit town of Chokwe, in southern Mozambique. REUTERS

6 Feb 2017

EXECUTIVE PERSPECTIVE: Gendered off-grid renewables

Samuel Otieno | 6 February 2017 [NAIROBI] Women are urged to embrace and access modern off – grid renewable energy technologies for social, economic, environmental and sustainable development of the […]

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26 Jan 2017

EXECUTIVE PERSPECTIVE: Braga+20 Calling Global Leaders to advance Youth Development

By Ravi Karkara and Douglas Ragan | January 26 2017 There were 1.2 billion youth aged 15-24 years globally in 2015, accounting for one out of every six people worldwide[i]. By 2030, the target date […]

Employees work inside a garment factory in Mumbai, India, June 1, 2016. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui

21 Jan 2017

EXECUTIVE PERSPECTIVE: The human cost of the global fashion industry

20 January 2017 The internationally bestselling, award-winning author of four novels, Corban Addison writes large-canvas stories about issues of global injustice that combine the authenticity and on-the-ground research of investigative […]

Man looks at a stock quotation board outside a brokerage in Tokyo

17 Jan 2017

EXECUTIVE PERSPECTIVE: An unusual collaboration launches into the world of finance

A unique new initiative, the Green Digital Finance Alliance, is being launched in Davos this month.  UNEP is co-leading it, along with the massive Chinese fintech company, ANT Financial Services.  […]

A man talking on a mobile phone walks past a HSBC branch office in Mexico City, in this file picture taken July 27, 2012. HSBC has taken a $1.15 billion hit to cover a potential U.S. fine for lax anti-money laundering controls and to pay compensation for mis-selling products in Britain, eating into its quarterly profit, Reuters reported on November 5, 2012.Credit: REUTERS

6 Jan 2017

EXECUTIVE PERSPECTIVE: Sustainable Financing, Carrot or Stick for the Corporate World?

9 January 2017 In this recent article by HSBC, new research indicates that lack of corporate transparency on climate remains an impediment to informed decision-making by investors.  Subsequent to publication […]

A woman walks past a grocery store in Loughborough, central England, January 10, 2013. Up to half of all the food produced worldwide ends up going to waste due to poor harvesting, storage and transport methods as well as irresponsible retailer and consumer behaviour, a report said on Thursday.Credit: REUTERS

5 Jan 2017

EXECUTIVE PERSPECTIVE: Why reducing food waste is important and attainable.

By Michel Landel, CEO, Sodexo | 5 January 2017 Across the globe, more than one-third of food that is grown and produced for human consumption ends up lost or wasted. And […]

A businessman passes by the Bank of Japan building in Tokyo March 18, 2009. Japan's central bank said on Wednesday it would increase the purchase of government bonds by almost a third as the government prepares more spending to help the economy in its worst recession since World War Two.  REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao(JAPAN BUSINESS)

4 Jan 2017

EXECUTIVE PERSPECTIVE: Why green bonds will matter

By Tim Nixon, Head of Sustainability Thought Leadership, Thomson Reuters | 4 January 2017 Green bonds are growing by double-digit rates since their inception in 2008 with the World Bank. […]

Vehicles drive on Three Ring Road and Jianwai Street in central Beijing

21 Dec 2016

EXECUTIVE PERSPECTIVE: The Friedman Prescription

By Robert Walker | Population Institute The world may appear to be rudderless and dangerously adrift, but in his newest book, Thank You for Being Late, Thomas Friedman takes a decidedly […]

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