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Is Sustainability Still Possible?

Is Sustainability Still Possible?

Is Sustainability Still Possible? The conversation continues at sustainabilitypossible.org.

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Climate Refugees: A Human Cost of Climate Change

Climate Refugees: A Human Cost of Climate Change

As climate change intensifies, vulnerable populations will be displaced. How will the world aid and protect these people?

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The Future We Want: Reflections from Rio+20

The Future We Want: Reflections from Rio+20

Senior Fellow, Michael Renner, provides insight into Rio+20 and “The Future We Want”

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A Generation’s Plea for an Effective Rio

A Generation’s Plea for an Effective Rio

Given the urgency of global action, how can we ensure Rio +20 engages stakeholders and has long-lasting impacts, in order to protect the future?

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The Long Drive to Sustainability at Rio+20

The Long Drive to Sustainability at Rio+20

Worldwatch in Rio: insight into the long drive to sustainability this June

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A Difficult Path to Sustainable Employment

A Difficult Path to Sustainable Employment

In a world obsessed with technology and productivity advances, how can societies provide job opportunities for everyone?

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What Is and ISN'T the Economy for?

What Is and ISN’T the Economy for?

What is and ISN’T the economy for? A new book answers these questions in a funny and engaging way.

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Hot Off the Press!

Hot Off the Press!

State of the World 2012: Moving Toward Sustainable Prosperity has launched! Read the first two chapters here!

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The Sustainability Sweet Spot

The Sustainability Sweet Spot

What does a truly sustainable country look like? Peru maybe? Or Cuba.

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Time to Occupy the Occupy Movement?

Time to Occupy the Occupy Movement?

The worldwide Occupy movement has spurred conversation and debate, but is it capable of moving beyond that?

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Rail Series: Global Expansion

Here is another installment in our series of blog posts on rail developments.  Like the earlier posts in the series, this is drawn from our [Read More...]

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Rail Series: Who Leads the Global Market?

Rail Series: Who Leads the Global Market?

According to the consulting firm SCI Verkehr, worldwide operations and capital budgets for passenger and freight rail were a combined $590 billion in 2008. Another [Read More...]

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Rail and Transit Manufacturing: Two New Reports

Rail and Transit Manufacturing: Two New Reports

This blog post was co-authored by Michael Renner and Gary Gardner The Worldwatch Institute has produced two companion reports that assess the state of rail [Read More...]

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Make Levees Not War: Shifting Resources from the Military to Climate Protection

Make Levees Not War: Shifting Resources from the Military to Climate Protection

Many governments lavish money on their armed forces and weapons manufacturers, but are tight-fisted when it comes to financing climate protection programs. Sealing the climate deal in Copenhagen in December will require adequate financing. World military expenditures are higher now than at any time since World War II. It is time to re-order budget priorities.

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