‘Reports You Need’
Advancing Economic Stability Through Transparency, Coordinated Oversight and Robust Enforcement
Global Peace Index The 2010 rankings are here! This year 149 nations of the world have been ranked by their peacefulness and the results have stimulated some very interesting analysis. Discover the thermal maps, and download the Results Report and the Discussion Paper.
Investor Leadership on Climate Change, May 2009 Financing a Global Deal on Climate Change, UNEP FI, June 2009 Fiduciary Responsibity, UNEP FI, July 2009
BREAKING THE CLIMATE DEADLOCK REPORT ON HOW WORLD LEADERS CAN TACKLE CLIMATE CHANGE WITH TECHNOLOGY
Reducing oil dependence. Strengthening energy security. Creating jobs. Tackling global warming. Addressing air pollution. Improving our health. The United States has many reasons to make the transition to a clean energy economy. What we need is a comprehensive set of smart policies to jump-start this transition without delay and maximize the [...]
Perspectives on the Future of the Community Reinvestment Act, Federal Reserve Banks of Boston and San Francisco
Perspectives on the Future of the Community Reinvestment Act, Federal Reserve Banks of Boston and San Francisco February 2009. Download the report (PDF).
An Important Report on the Effects of Climate Change on Indigenous Peoples, with thanks to our colleague, Andrea Carmen. - Editor Download the report (PDF).
This report marks the tenth anniversary of the timebanking movement in the UK and assesses the potential of timebanks for improving public services and strengthening communities. Click here to download
In recent years, Americans have become increasingly concerned about our environment. With climate change threatening the planet, dirty air triggering asthma, and industrial pollutants causing cancer, the nation is more motivated than ever before to take a hard look at the problems we face and seek new approaches that can better secure the future [...]
Closing the gap in a generation: Health equity through action on the social determinants of health, WHO, 2008
Social justice is a matter of life and death. It affects the way people live, their consequent chance of illness, and their risk of premature death. We watch in wonder as life expectancy and good health continue to increase in parts of the world and in alarm as they fail to improve in others. Where systemic differences in health are judged to be [...]