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Beekeeping relieves land degradation in Kyrgyzstan
Defending Rio+20: A historical perspective
Rio+20 is currently facing a withering level of criticism, but is all of it really warranted?
How fear led world leaders to betray green economy
The author of Prosperity Without Growth says that despite a staggering lack of responsibility from politicians, there is still a route to a better economic system.
Rio+20 Earth summit: scientists call for action on population
The world's leading science academies make an appeal to sustainable development negotiators.
Debate 2.0: Will Rio+20 add up to anything?
The upcoming summit on sustainable development is one of the most important in the UN's history says Ban Ki-Moon.
Governance of marine areas beyond national jurisdictions
Improved governance of oceans beyond national jurisdictions will benefit biodiversity and help build more sustainable, equitable economies.
Put people at core of sustainable development: UN report
A new report by a high-level panel urges leaders to focus on the long-term resilience of planet and people.
Revitalising socio-ecological production landscapes
In dealing with today's sustainability challenges, what can we learn from millenia of harmonious interactions between humans and nature?
Green economy and growth: Fiddling while Rome burns?
A UNU-IAS research fellow argues that a truly green economy can't hinge solely on technology but must be a revolution of democracy and equality.
New visions of sustainable development governance
A team of scholars and policymakers is identifying reform options for sustainable development governance.
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