India's economic growth depends on its ability to lead on corporate responsibility, say experts. The upcoming India and Sustainability Standards: International Dialogues and Conference 2016 will provide a platform to accelerate this trend.
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By ditching traditional ideas of infrastructure development and implementing more integrative and place-based approaches, developing cities can become sustainable and resilient, says Tony Wong from the Cooperative Research Centre for Water Sensitive Cities.
Bo Lidegaard –
If we are to have any chance of meeting our climate targets, we need to take strong action now to reduce emissions drastically – action that goes beyond the Paris agreement., says Danish writer Bo Lidegaard.
Ian Rae –
International leaders have just agreed to the phasing out of hydrofluorocarbons, potent greenhouse gases used as refrigerants and propellants. Ian Rae from the University of Melbourne outlines how this will happen, and what could come after.
Smart thermostats have the potential to revolutionalise home energy efficiency, but also bring concerns such as privacy and security. Tech writer Emma Bailey shares how the technology can be scaled up more effectively.
Countries taking in refugees may find it challenging to cope with increased pressure on resources, public services, and jobs. Earth Security Group chief executive Alejandro Litovsky shares how sustainable, inclusive business can help.
Having an ineffective but legally binding agreement against wildlife trade is preferable to having none; but the outdated CITES must be replaced in order to offer true protection for wildlife. Ocean Recovery Alliance’s Doug Woodring talks about the need for a CITES Version 2.0.
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