October 31, 2014

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Green policy uncertainty sees UK slip down energy sustainability rankings

UK drops from 8th to 14th in World Energy Council index ranking energy investment prospects, reports BusinessGreen.

Private sector can play an important part in tackling dwindling resources

The involvement of businesses and NGOs in tackling our dwindling resources is essential, says Stuart Orr, but there's trust to be built. On...

Why is True Democracy Indivisible from the New Economy?

Why the new sustainable economy needs democracy: Alvaro J. de Regil explains on Talkback.

Virgling: Combining Unlikely Forces to Drive Disruptive Change

Long-term thinking is good - but vulnerable to illusions. John Elkington explains on Talkback.

Sustainability is a Team Sport

Making good business sense out of sustainability. Aman Singh interviews REI's CEO at Net Impact 2011.

Is the Occupy Movement a Call for Sustainability?

Occupy and Sustainability. CSR maven John Friedman sums up the Occupy Movement on Talkback.

Spotting 50 Stars In Seriously Long-term Innovation

John Elkington and team map the kaleidoscopic patterns high-FQ leaders trace. On Talkback.

'Occupy' Goes Global: Is Another World Possible?

The 'Occupy' movement is birthing a new global paradigm of democratic governance. Can capitalism adapt? CSRwire Contributing Writer Francesca Rheannon reports.

Test Your Future Quotient

John Elkington displays the strengths of three types of sustainability thinking: past, present and future. Read it on Talkback.

What do the Global Green Growth Forum and Occupy Wall Street have in common?

While the words and the tone differ, both groups are pushing for the economy to be reshaped in a more sustainable way, on...



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