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Rights and Resources Initiative

Status of Forest Carbon Rights and Implications for Communities (RRI)

Status of Forest Carbon Rights and Implications for Communities, the Carbon Trade, and REDD+ Investments Rights and Resource Initiative / March 2014 The briefing looks at the relationship between the implementation of REDD+ projects and land rights in 23 low and middle income countries. It […]

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So what is economic success? Going beyond GDP and profit (ICAEW)

The ICAEW has launched a new project to “explore what we mean by economic success, the role that GDP and profit play in this, and the potential for broader measures of economic success to help us balance our economic priorities, our social goals, and the constraints imposed on us by the natural environment we live in.”

Johan Rockstrom

Planetary Boundaries: Talking Green Economy with Johan Rockstrom

Leading scientist Johan Rockstrom explains the concept of planetary boundaries which proposes there is a safe operating space for human development. The concept has risen up the global agenda in recent years because: Mounting scientific evidence shows the planet is a complex interconnected system that […]

World Wildlife Fund (WWF)

Building Green Economies (WWF)

Building Green Economies / World Wildlife Fund (WWF) / October 2012 This comprehensive report gives an overview of why it is urgent to begin the transition to a green economy. Read report The first part of this report from WWF sets out why the transition […]

TNI The Green Economy. The Wolf in Sheep’s clothing

The Green Economy: the Wolf in Sheep’s clothing (Edgardo Lander)

 Transnational Institute (TNI) / November 2011 Venezuelan academic Edgardo Lander critiques the proposal for a green economy put forward by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) which he says is the key reference document being used by almost all other multilateral bodies. He concludes the […]

Joan Carling

Who should value nature? Interview with Joan Carling

Is valuing nature as natural capital the way to reduce environmental degradation or a dangerous distraction that will commodify the environment? Alongside debates on if we should value natural capital is another question that is very rarely asked: who should value nature? This exclusive interview with Joan Carling is […]

Davi Kopenawa Yanomami, Presidente da Associação Hutukara Yanomami (credit Joelle Hernandez)

Who should value nature? Interview with Davi Kopenawa Yanomami

Is valuing nature as natural capital the way to reduce environmental degradation or a dangerous distraction that will commodify the environment? Alongside debates on if we should value natural capital is another question that is very rarely asked: who should value nature? This exclusive interview with Davi Kopenawa […]

Richard Mattison Trucost

Who should value nature? Interview with Richard Mattison

Is valuing nature as natural capital the way to reduce environmental degradation or a dangerous distraction that will commodify the environment? Alongside debates on if we should value natural capital is another question that is very rarely asked: who should value nature? This exclusive interview with Richard Mattison is […]

Thabit Jacob

Who should value nature? Interview with Thabit Jacob

Is valuing nature as natural capital the way to reduce environmental degradation or a dangerous distraction that will commodify the environment? Alongside debates on if we should value natural capital is another question that is very rarely asked: who should value nature? This exclusive interview with Thabit Jacob is […]

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