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  • Global Compact International Yearbook - Promoting Inclusion of the Population

    its vision and mission to reflect more explicitly its pursuit of sustainability. Thus, promoting inclusion of the population through universal and democratic access to bank products and services continues to be one of the major sources of

  • On the Role of Human Development in the Arab Spring

    led to increased political participation and knowledge. Second, basic human development led to a dramatic increase in population needs and expectations, creating new policy challenges and reducing public dependency on regimes. Finally, the

  • The Future of Cities

    PDF The Future of Cities By Wolfram Haller (Siemens) 09:22 AM, May 03, 2012 Related tags Greenhouse Gases , Energy , Population , Cities , Climate Change , Environment , Partnerships Advanced Search">more Since cities will determine how a

  • CSR - The Future of Cities

    Today more than half the world’s population lives in cities, which emit 80 percent of all greenhouse gases and use 75 percent of energy – figures rising. It is thus with the cities that we must start if we want to manage population growth, increasing energy demand and climate change. Many solutions are already available, including environmentally compatible energy supply, highly efficient building, transportation and water supply systems and affordable financial models. These improve climate protection, increase the security of supply, enhance the quality of life and reduce costs. For world wide success, however, cooperation on a global basis is needed, for example in United Nations programs.

  • CSR - Slum Upgrading in Sa5o Paulo

    With a population of about 20 million people, Sa5o Paulo is the fifth largest urban agglomeration in the world. The rapid rural-to-urban migration following the industrialization that took place during the mid-20th century has led to an immense urban population increase. Today, 75 percent of the Latin American population live in urban areas. The city’s infrastructure cannot satisfy the needs of that rapidly growing population.

  • Global Compact International Yearbook - Partnerships for More High-Quality Food

    Partnerships for More High-Quality Food By Dr. Wolfgang Grosse-Entrup (Bayer Group) 12:30 PM, May 08, 2012 Related tags Population , Food Chain Partnership , Millennium Development Goals , Hunger , Development , Environment , Human Rights , Nutrition ,

  • Global Compact International Yearbook - Partnerships for More High-Quality Food

    , Poverty Eradication Advanced Search">more Short description According to studies carried out by the UN, the world population will grow by around three billion people by 2050. To safeguard adequate food supplies in the future, Bayer is promoting

  • Promoting Inclusion of the Population

    Since its founding in 1943, Bradesco’s operations have been grounded in its commitment to Brazil’s development, and for that reason, sustainability is not new to Bradesco Bank. Issues such as community development and social inclusion have always been part of the organization’s day-to-day business.

  • CSR - Bradesco and Accessibility for the Population

    In its operations as one of the largest private Brazilian banks, Bradesco makes financial inclusion one of its main business priorities and considers this an important factor in its corporation positioning.

  • CSR - Can China get old and rich at the same time?

    In 2013, there will be more than 200 million people aged 60 or over in China. This is more than the total population of countries like Indonesia, Japan, Brazil or Russia, which are some of the world’s most populous nations. By 2050,





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