International financial crisis accelerates the transition of the global economy sustainable

The international financial crisis that rocked especially the United States and Europe, from 2008, is a landmark at the turn of the global economy sustainable. She caused insecurity and distrust of banks and financial institutions worldwide and political allies, responsible for the consequences that impacted the planet, and caused the migration …

Impact Quarterly: Investing in Inclusion through Market Transformation

June 2013 As always, the Impact Forum ended with the wonderful elated feeling of ‘we can do it’ and ‘we can make it happen’. Of course ‘it’ in this case is sustainable development. With the theme of ‘Investing in Inclusion’, Impact Forum 2013 brought together over 500 participants from over …

CSR Asia Weekly: Lessons from Bangladesh / Business and children’s rights

CSR Asia Weekly: Lessons from Bangladesh / Business and children’s rights Vol. 9 Week 17 | 08 May 2013     HIGHLIGHT Corporate Community Investment Forum 2013, Singapore A pioneering forum which will give delegates access to the latest research and trends on corporate community investment in the Asean Region, with a specific …

[Climate Bonds] Invitation: 3 July 4-6pm London, Climate Bonds roundtable w. Peggy Liu on the Chinese govt & China’s cleantech market – how it really works

Time: 4pm-6pm, Tuesday 3 July 2012 Venue: Shearman & Sterling, Broadgate West, 9 Appold Street, London, EC2A 2AP JUCCCE (Joint US-China Collaboration for Clean Energy) chairperson and co-founder, Peggy Liu, is a renowned expert on China’s renewables market. She was a Time Magazine Hero of the Environment in 2008, a …