Africa’s forgotten war: The Western Sahara conflict Author: Mihir Yedur Much of Africa was born into conflict due to hasty and problematic decolonization mandates that were undertaken by colonial powers in response to growing pressure from the UN and a large part of the civilized world. Apart from leaving questions
Reflections on Ecological Civilization in China Author: Sifan Jiang Translated into Spanish by Silvana Gordillo González Ecological Civilization with Chinese Characteristics The philosophy of Ecological Civilization has deep cultural roots in China. There were already ideas of protecting viviparous and oviparous animals for sustainable use, as well as the law
The Lithium issue in Portugal is becoming all the more crucial since a pandemic suspended all activities around the world earlier this year. While one could hope for the Portuguese government to adjust their capability approach considering preservation of their heritage, it is likely that the environmental variable will be
This research aims at challenging these criticisms by targeting the local business leaders as units of analysis to understand their motivations and what factors influence different behaviours with respect to CSR, assuming that local leaders are relevant forces of change who can lead towards the attainment of sustainable growth.
Addressing climate change is a matter of global concern, catalyzing the proposal and adoption of major climate treaties. The latest major climate treaty - the Paris Agreement - marks a milestone in global efforts to tackle climate change, providing the means to both developed and developing States to fulfill their