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The 1 Percent Rule: Why a Few People Get Most of the Rewards

Sometime in the late 1800s — nobody is quite sure exactly when — a man named Vilfredo Pareto was fussing about in his garden when he made a small but interesting discovery. Pareto noticed that a tiny

World Bank’s 2017 Atlas of SDGs Provides Tool for Tracking Implementation

The World Bank has released the ‘2017 Atlas of Sustainable Development Goals.’ The Atlas includes over 150 maps and data visualizations to assist with efforts to track progress in achieving the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). STORY

Getting to know the Sustainable Development Goals

An introduction to the SDGs In September 2015 Heads of State and Government agreed to set the world on a path towards sustainable development through the adoption of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development [1.1]. This agenda includes 17

Fair trade and ethical businesses: such an opportunity should not be missed!

The original version of this post was written by Konstantin Krinski and published on LinkedIn Pulse Dear Ladies and Gentlemen, I am pleased to appear at this forum to introduce you the Worldwide Charter for Fair International Commerce.

The Anatomy of Charisma

What makes a person magnetic and why we should be wary. For weeks I had been researching what science has to say about the power of charisma. Why do some people so clearly have it and others

Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals can unlock trillions in new market value

A landmark report of the Business & Sustainable Development Commission (BSDC) reveals that pursuing sustainable and inclusive business models could unlock economic opportunities worth at least US$12 trillion a year by 2030 and generate up to 380 million

Does corporate social responsibility marketing work?

Consumers in dominant collectivist cultures, such as India and South Korea, are more likely to support corporate social responsibility, or CSR, initiatives from brands based in their own country as opposed to foreign or global corporations, according

Corporate Sustainability: What is it and where does it come from?

Mix sustainable development, corporate social responsibility, stakeholder theory and accountability, and you have the four pillars of corporate sustainability. It’s an evolving concept that managers are adopting as an alternative to the traditional growth and profit-maximization model.

Top 10 Myths about Sustainability

Even advocates for more responsible, environmentally benign ways of life harbor misunderstandings of what “sustainability” is all about When a word becomes so popular you begin hearing it everywhere, in all sorts of marginally related or even