Voices from Delaware Are Speaking Out Against Anonymous Company Ownership

August 27, 2014 Latest GFI Blogs Voices from Delaware Are Speaking Out Against Anonymous Company Ownership China’s Corrupt Economic Fugitives are Finding a Home in the U.S. Messi and the International Impunity System Join Us for Our Upcoming Conference on Illicit Financial Flows in Brazil  Illicit Finance Journalism Programme Lauches …

Invitation: OECD green growth side-events at Rio+20

You’re invited: OECD green growth side-events at Rio+20 Tailoring green growth strategies to country circumstances: practical steps to achieve sustainable development 21 June, 17:00-18:30 RioCentro Conference Centre, Room: T-9 This side-event will feature a dialogue between the OECD Secretary-General, Angel Gurría, representatives from the Governments of Colombia, Korea and Mexico …

The focus of the report is Gender Equality and Development

World Development Report 2012: The focus of the report is Gender Equality and Development The World Bank, 2012 Website: http://bit.ly/xiQkAq Swedish launch of World Bank report on gender equality as a pre-condition for reducing poverty and increasing growth. On 31 January, Minister for Finance Anders Borg and Minister for International …

Durban Climate Talks: The Fight Begins

Durban Climate Talks: The Fight Begins Global Warming / Climate Change has emerged as the single largest threat to mankind. The complexities of understanding global climate system and developing an appropriate global response strategy seem to have overthrown the scientific community into perpetual debate and widened the divide between the …

China and the Green Energy Paradox

The worlds biggest CO2 polluter is also becoming the biggest investor in green solutions. by Jason Mitchell | November 11th, 2010 From the purist’s perspective, the notion of sustainability makes for a near-impossible pairing with developing countries like China and India. The chief engine of economic growth – industrialization via …