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The circular economy transition embodies the actions and transformations which allow the different economic players (including the final users) to pursue value creation by reducing negative externalit
Date
15/11/2016
The Poverty and Shared Prosperity series provides a global audience with the latest and most accurate estimates on trends in global poverty and shared prosperity, as well as in-depth research into pol
Date
02/10/2016
Never before has inequality been so high on the agenda of policy-makers worldwide, or such a hot topic for social science research.
Date
22/09/2016
Cities matter to the UK’s future. They are already concentrations of population and employment, and will be home to much of the country’s future population and economic growth.
Date
09/05/2016
Campaigns against genetically modified organisms (GMOs), originating primarily in Europe, have created significant obstacles to the development and adoption of genetically modified crops.
Date
15/02/2016
The report describes the concept of the circular economy and outlines its key characteristics.
Date
18/01/2016
This publication is the third in a series of newsletters dedicated to raising awareness of global trends analysis and how future scenarios may affect Latin America.
Date
18/01/2016
The Global Risks Report 2016 features perspectives from nearly 750 experts on the perceived impact and likelihood of 29 prevalent global risks over a 10-year timeframe.
Date
14/01/2016
Earth observation data and information are vital to allow decision-makers and society in general to take informed decisions about climate, energy, food security, natural hazards, health and other soci
Date
04/12/2015
Vegetation is a threat for electricity transmission when overhead high-tension lines are crossing forest areas.
Date
30/11/2015

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