List/Grid

Nature-Based Climate Solutions Opportunity for Latin America

Cozumel, Mexico, protected area along the Caribbean coast. Credit: Devin H/Unsplash By Carolina HerreraWASHINGTON DC, Dec 5 2019 – Protecting and restoring natural areas in Latin America, home to fifty percent of the planet’s biodiversity and ...

Republic Urban Properties, Huntington Hotel Group, and EB5 Capital Celebrate Gateway at Millbrae Station Groundbreaking

WASHINGTON, Dec. 04, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Republic Urban Properties joins Huntington Hotel Group (HHG), and EB5 Capital in celebrating the groundbreaking of the Gateway at Millbrae Station development in Millbrae, CA. Located immediately adjacent ...

Volunteerism – An Antidote to a World in Flux

UN Volunteers celebrating International Volunteer Day in South Sudan where they serve the United Nations in peace-keeping, midwifery and human rights. (UNV, 2018) By Olivier Adam and Achim SteinerUNITED NATIONS, Dec 4 2019 – As the world warms, ...

Indigenous Knowledge, a Lesson for a Sustainable Food Future

Travel Tourism Must Transform to Survive, Thrive

UN Climate Change Executive Secretary Patricia Espinosa (fourth right) at an event organized by the WTTC at COP25. Credit: UNFCCC By External SourceMADRID, Dec 4 2019 – The travel and tourism sector, with its significant economic and social benefits, ...

Fixing the Business of Food

Swedish Energy Agency and Global Green Growth Institute partner to establish Article 6 Activities

By GGGIDec 4 2019 (IPS-Partners) MADRID – 4th December 2019 – Today, the Swedish Energy Agency (SEA) and the Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI) signed a cooperation agreement on the sidelines of COP25 to launch the Mobilizing Article 6 Trading ...

Fostering Jobs, Entrepreneurship, and Capacity Development for African Youth: The Time for Disruption Is Now!

Dr. Hanan Morsy is Director, Macroeconomic Forecasting and Research at the African Development Bank Group By Hanan MorsyABIDJAN, Dec 4 2019 – “There is no greater asset to Africa than its youth,” a statement that has been repeatedly proclaimed, ...

Inequality and Its Many Discontents

By Anis Chowdhury and Jomo Kwame SundaramSYDNEY and KUALA LUMPUR, Dec 3 2019 – Much recent unrest, such as the ‘yellow-vest’ protests in France and the US ‘Abolish the Super-Rich’ campaign, is not against inequality per se, but reflects ...

What Do We Want from Our Oceans?

Credit: IPS By Manuel BarangeROME, Dec 3 2019 – This is a question we need to ask ourselves but before answering we need to acknowledge the diversity of expectations and aspirations that we all have for oceans, which cover more than two-thirds ...
© 2019 Business Profile Bahrain. All rights reserved.