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With increasing scrutiny of company conduct, and growing availability of practical guidance on how to uphold human rights, there is little excuse for inaction in the ICT sector.
Innovative development finance can mobilize private capital and public funding to create and commercialize technologies for regulating the trade in endangered species.
Integrated conservation and development strategies have shown promise in protecting the mountain gorillas of Uganda while also improving livelihoods.
New growth models will take time to develop. They will require shifts and innovations in policies, changes in values, and new coalitions to accomplish complex transitions.
Agreement by China and the United States on rising internal carbon fees would be a planetary turning point, opening the door to global ascendancy of clean energies.
Left unchecked, the corrosive effects of inequality lead to opportunity capture where the lowest tax rates, best education, and best healthcare are claimed by the rich.
Carnegie Council announces its second Trans-Pacific Student Contest, a pioneering exercise in U.S.-Asia collaboration. DEADLINE: April 30, 2014. Check the guidelines for eligibility and other details.
Conflicts surrounding Internet governance are on the rise, leading to questions about free speech and cybersecurity. Laura DeNardis will give a book talk on February 26. Students free of charge.
The Community Forestry Program in Nepal is a global innovation in participatory environmental governance that encompasses well-defined policies, institutions, and practices.
The former mayor of Bogotá shares some of the tactics he used to change the transportation dynamic in the Colombian capital, and suggests ways to think about building smart cities of the future.
From ARPANET to LED lighting and beyond, this report identifies 22 examples of major technology advances that stemmed from federal research support.
For the automobile industry to remain an instrument of progress, it must address the major issues of safety, clean energy, and affordability.
For global cities to solve the central problem of collaboration among strangers, they need a moral operating system of shared social codes and behaviors.