- By CK StaffBritain to phase out all coal plants by 2025.
- By Paul N. EdwardsDecarbonizing the energy system is above all an infrastructure problem.
- By CK StaffBidhya Devi Bhandari elected as Nepal’s first female president.
- By Shilpi Chhotray and Tara HolmesThe evidence is clear: Women at the top bring environmental, social and governance responsibility to the fore.
|Nobel Peace Prize winner Kofi Annan discusses the necessity of boosting Africa’s food supply in the coming decades.|
|New tool analyzing Gates Foundation, Wellcome Trust, ABP, CPPIB & others shows high costs of not divesting from fossil fuels.|
|Corporate Knights responds to CPPIB’s reaction on Decarbonizer findings.|
Climate & Carbon
|Harvard Prof. and former member of the President’s Council of Economic Advisers James Stock digs into the numbers.|
|How Toronto's Garrison Creek disappeared from view – and how it may rise again.|
|The Norwegian capital of Oslo moves to ban cars from city centre by 2019.|
|Exploring the lack of women in Canadian corporate management.|
|Food and beverage companies could play a major role in helping reduce global water consumption through their supply chains.|
|Novo Nordisk brings diabetes treatment to poor, while Silver Wheaton avoids its taxes.|
|Most MBA programs aren't teaching future business leaders what they need to operate in a resource-constrained world.|
Utilities & Energy
|The Supreme Court will soon decide on a case that is likely to have a big effect on distributed energy technology.|