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Rajendra Singh, known as the "water man of India," believes that critically depleted aquifers around the world can be revived with community effort.
Jeremy Waldron assesses the Universal Declaration of Human Rights' enduring relevance to establishing the ethics of global responsibility.
Ngaire Woods advocates cash transfers for the poor, instead of complicated and inefficient aid programs.
To achieve large-scale, long- term success, wildlife conservationists need to think like the private sector and invest in business innovation.
Is our single-minded obsession with measurement undermining effective climate action?
David S. Abraham argues that as we move away from fossil fuels, the demand for the rare metals needed for green technology will increase. Understanding the political, economic,and environmental implications of these elements is at the heart of a sustainable future.
Food labeling and food pricing do not do much to change this food system; they only address the symptoms. To really make a difference to health (and environmental sustainability), we have to change the system itself.
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