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All Latest thinking
No. 1, Summer 2012
Sustainability is about more than climate—organizations that excel at managing resources and working across institutional boundaries will set a new standard for success.
Innovation in energy technology is happening more quickly than expected—and it could accelerate economic growth and improve sustainability as early as 2015.
Discussions about broader access to unconventional natural gas and oil should account for a wide range of potential benefits and risks.
Manufacturers can generate new value, minimize costs, and increase operational stability by focusing on four broad areas: production, product design, value recovery, and supply-circle management.
New technologies for the home will reshape energy markets, forcing utilities to develop new capabilities to capture value in the residential sector.
A new tool, the urban sustainability index, highlights five themes of sustainable development for cities in emerging economies.
India has the potential to significantly increase its energy security to support its continued rapid growth, while securing sustainability beyond current expectations.
To increase water security, countries must glean insights from information, understand trade-offs among policy choices, and establish institutional mechanisms to support execution.
Adopting a more sustainable approach to managing forest reserves is a complex challenge. But by putting five critical building blocks into place, the international community can help REDD+ advance from concept to reality.
More companies are managing sustainability to improve processes, pursue growth, and add value to their companies rather than focusing on reputation alone.
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Manufacturers can create value, cut costs, and reduce exposure to volatile commodity prices by improving their resource productivity—using fewer resources for each unit of output.more
A complete rethink of resource management will be needed to keep pace with soaring demand as up to three billion new consumers are added to the world’s middle classes over the next 20 years.more