Dexia: Demography – Challenges and opportunities in a changing world

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Dexia: Demography – Challenges and opportunities in a changing world UN Global Compact & Accenture: Towards a New Era of Sustainability in the Consumer Goods Industry China Greentech Initiative: China Greentech report CarbonTracker: Unburnable Carbon – Systemic risk in the capital markets Click here to read the newsletter

iToys Won’t Fix Asia & Can the Planet Support More Americas?

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‘The world population is projected to rise from 6.7 billion to 9 billion between now and 2050, and more and more of those people will want to live like Americans.’ Thomas L. Friedman and ‘Over time, I became increasingly preoccupied by what would happen if Asia were to adopt consumption-driven …

ACORE’s US-China Program Releases Spring 2011 US-China Quarterly Market Review

kristy Green Prosperity, SRI/ESG News

A publication from ACORE The US-China Quarterly Market Review (Spring 2011) examines the most significant developments in renewable energy markets, finance, and policy in the U.S. and China in early 2011, with a focus on the following issues: China’s 12th Five-Year Plan Foreign Investment in the U.S. Renewable Energy Sector …

The 21st Century Corporation: The Ceres Roadmap for Sustainability

kristy SRI/ESG News, Advisors' Forum, Reports You Need

The 21st Century Corporation: The Ceres Roadmap to Sustainability is a vision and practical roadmap for integrating sustainability into the DNA of business—from the boardroom to the copy room. It analyzes the drivers, risks and opportunities involved in making the shift to sustainability, and details strategies and results from companies …

The Bright Side of Government

kristy Reforming Global Finance, SRI/ESG News

A publication of Jeffrey Hollender: The Next Generation of Business Posted by Jeffrey Hollender in economics, inspiration & reflection, sustainability | 2 comments For close to one-and-a-half hours this week, U.S. Secretary of Labor Hilda L. Solis sat patiently, and deeply engaged, as she listened to the challenges and opportunities …