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Beekeeping relieves land degradation in Kyrgyzstan
Investing in global climate solutions
In his ‘Sustainable Planet’ column, Jacob Park explores the United Nations climate convention-sponsored Green Climate Fund.
If all seven billion people had wheels
In his ‘Sustainable Planet’ column, Jacob Park explores the state of global sustainability as Earth welcomes its seventh billion inhabitant.
Environmental migrants: more than numbers
Jacob Park looks at how migration and displacement induced by environmental change and resource scarcity is already happening.
Debate 2.0: Will expanding ‘human security’ improve people’s lives?
In his ‘Sustainable Planet’ column, Jacob Park asks whether thinking about global governance in terms of ‘securitization’ is wise.
Time for some honesty about sustainable commerce
In this month's instalment of the Sustainable Planet Series, Jacob Park ponders what it will take to make business truly sustainable.
Debate 2.0: Can sustainability and resilience be tweeted?
In his new monthly column Sustainable Planet, Jacob Park asks if social media can have long-term impacts on global environmental and social governance.
Debate 2.0: Is sustainable development still relevant?
As we approach its 25th birthday, it seems this complex concept needs rethinking. Do you agree?
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