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Advancing Sustainable Business in China   Publication
Isabel Hilton 08/08/14
This special issue of chinadialogue's journal exposes polluters and highlights some of the best examples and models of sustainability in China today. >Ideas >Policy Library
Japan’s "'76ers" Gain Global Attention: New Liberal Elite Can Change Japan   Transcript
Devin T. Stewart 07/23/14
Change is coming to Japan. In this "Nikkei Business" interview, Carnegie Council Senior Fellow discusses his research on Japan's generation known as "76ers." >Ideas >Commentary
Anja Boenicke
Anja Boenicke is pursuing a Global MBA on a Korean Government Scholarship at Yonsei University, Seoul. >Innovators >People
Of Moonshots and Slingshots   Transcript
Vinay Gupta 06/18/14
Only if policy people and technologists work together better will we change the world in ways that are congruent with our most critical human needs and planetary risks. >Ideas >Commentary
Now They're Cooking: SolSource Harnesses the Himalayan Sun  
John Haffner, Scot Frank, Catlin Powers 06/16/14
With a solar cooker designed through community consultation, two young innovators are delivering clean energy to remote mountain villages, as well as your backyard BBQ. >Ideas >Innovations
Aditi Sen
Aditi Sen works at the intersection of environment, climate, and sustainable development. >Innovators >People
Rachel Denae Thrasher
Rachel Denae Thrasher is a trade and investment policy fellow at the Global Economic Governance Initiative. >Innovators >People
Government Procurement Agreement Should Permit Environmental and Social Linkages   Publication
Rachel Denae Thrasher 06/05/14
Since government procurement makes up such a large percentage of global trade, we should encourage governments to make positive purchasing choices with social and environmental benefits for all. >Ideas >Policy Library
Seth Kaplan
Seth Kaplan is a professorial lecturer in the Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) at Johns Hopkins University. >Innovators >People
Reducing Emissions Is a Sure Bet for Caesars Entertainment   Publication
Scott R. Miller 05/21/14
As a member of the EDF Climate Corps, Scott Miller was able to squeeze even more efficiency out of the lights and fountains of Las Vegas. >Ideas >Briefings
Scott R. Miller
Scott Miller is a sustainability management professional and LEED AP with over 12 years of experience in the financial services industry. >Innovators >People
Brazil's Statute of Virtual Liberty  
Pedro Abramovay 05/06/14
Government surveillance and Heartbleed-type security scares have shaken faith in online freedom, yet Brazil pushes ahead with an Internet bill of rights protecting net neutrality. >Ideas >Innovations
Japan's Change Generation   Publication
Devin T. Stewart 05/05/14
A new generation of reformers is bringing change to Japan, a country often described as stagnant, glacial, and arthritic. >Ideas >Briefings
China Has a Long Path Ahead on Clean Air: Lessons from San Fran  
Eugene Leong 04/22/14
Former San Francisco planning advisor Eugene Leong gives ten key policy lessons for China's leadership on mitigating air pollution. >Ideas >Innovations
Frank Vogl
Frank Vogl is president of Vogl Communications, Inc., a media relations firm, and co-founder of Transparency International and Partnership for Transparency Fund. >Innovators >People
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Forced Evictions Defeat the Spirit of Big Sporting Events   Transcript
Priscila Néri 03/19/14
The evicted residents of Rio demand to be included in the benefits and the legacies of big tournaments like the World Cup and Olympics. >Ideas >Commentary
Information Technology: The Power of Responsible Business   Publication
03/06/14
With increasing scrutiny of company conduct, and growing availability of practical guidance on how to uphold human rights, there is little excuse for inaction in the ICT sector. >Ideas >Briefings
Working for the Few: Political Capture and Economic Inequality   Publication
02/14/14
Left unchecked, the corrosive effects of inequality lead to opportunity capture where the lowest tax rates, best education, and best healthcare are claimed by the rich. >Ideas >Policy Library

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