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Dec

16

December 16, 2009

Information, Please! The Knowledge Crux at Copenhagen

Information, Please! The Knowledge Crux at Copenhagen


#Climate Change

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Dec

15

December 15, 2009

A Visit to Saudi Arabia: Key Trends in CSR and Human Rights

A Visit to Saudi Arabia: Key Trends in CSR and Human Rights

As BSR launches a two-year program focused on sustainability and human rights in Saudi Arabia, we look at three key trends that will define how corporate social responsibility becomes an integrated concept in the kingdom.


#Human Rights

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Dec

11

December 11, 2009

Mountains: The Bellwethers of Climate Change

Mountains: The Bellwethers of Climate Change


#Climate Change

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Dec

8

December 8, 2009

What Copenhagen Means for Business: Five Key Issues to Watch Now and in the Future

What Copenhagen Means for Business: Five Key Issues to Watch Now and in the Future

Copenhagen may not be the finish line when it comes to an international climate treaty, but it should provide clarity for business on global goals; plans for implementation and funding of technology, adaptation efforts, and forestry efforts; and outlines of international rules and mechanisms.


#Climate Change

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Dec

8

December 8, 2009

Soggy Pork…and Other Climate Change Choices

Soggy Pork…and Other Climate Change Choices


#Climate Change #Food Beverage and Agriculture

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Dec

1

December 1, 2009

Can Women Solve the World’s Woes? A Q&A with Half the Sky authors Nicholas Kristof, Sheryl WuDunn

Can Women Solve the World’s Woes? A Q&A with Half the Sky authors Nicholas Kristof, Sheryl WuDunn

Pulitzer Prize-winning journalists Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn—authors of a new book about how to turn oppression into opportunity for women—talk with us about what they say is the key to economic progress: investing in women and girls.


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Nov

25