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Leaders on the Front Line: Why Social Entrepreneurs Are Needed Now More than Ever

While some countries are already addressing the aftermath of their COVID-19 outbreak, the World Health Organization projects that the worst is yet to come in many developing and emerging countries, with the global pandemic expected to last at least another year. As of August 2020, over 20 million cases of COVID-19 have been reported, of …

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Cómo construir un mundo mejor para la salud del corazón después del COVID-19

Autor: Jean-Luc Eiselé CEO, World Heart Federation COVID-19 ha afectado gravemente a personas con enfermedades cardiovasculares (ECV) y ha causado daño cardíaco a largo plazo en personas por lo demás sanas. Los datos de 141 países muestran una disminución del 25 al 40% en los pacientes ingresados ​​en el hospital por ataques cardíacos, ya que …

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Measuring Stakeholder Capitalism: Towards Common Metrics and Consistent Reporting of Sustainable Value Creation

At the 2020 Annual Meeting in Davos, 120 of the world’s largest companies supported efforts to develop a core set of common metrics and disclosures on non-financial factors for their investors and other stakeholders. This report presents the conclusions of our six-month open consultation process to define common metrics for sustainable value creation. The core …

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Data-Driven Food Systems for Crisis Resiliency

The first half of 2020 has been marked with the food market and agri-dealer closures, trade blockages, labor shortages, manufacturing and processing plant closures, shortages of certain food products as buying patterns shifted and bulk buyers such as restaurants or canteens faced closures, and other logistical and tactical issues. As the pandemic has progressed and …

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How to Save the Planet: What are the challenges in making the planet more sustainable?

Samantha Sault Writer, Washington DC and Geneva We’ve made a little progress on six environment-focused SDGs, including improving access to clean water and sanitation and protecting marine ecosystems. Significant work remains to save the planet, especially on reducing greenhouse gas emissions, investing in renewable energy and reversing biodiversity loss. The COVID-19 response must include solutions …

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Nearly 9 in 10 People Globally Want a More Sustainable and Equitable World Post COVID-19

In a new World Economic Forum/Ipsos global survey of more than 21’000 adults, 86% say they want the world to change significantly and become more sustainable and equitable. Globally, 72% also want their personal lives to change significantly, rather than returning to pre-COVID-19. While the US is one of the most change-averse nations, alongside the …

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