This article has been submitted as part of the 's series of blogs on natural capital by Pavan Sukhdev, founder & chair, GIST Advisory COP-21 will be remembered as a feel-good moment in the struggle to contain climate change. Whether it was ... Huffington Post, 2 weeks ago
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The Asahi Glass Foundation, which is celebrating the 25th anniversary of its international environmental Blue Planet Prize, announced that its two annual prizes will be awarded this year to Pavan Sukhdev of India and Markus Borner of Switzerland.Environment & Development Magazine, 1 month ago Asahi Glass Foundation's 2016 Blue Planet Prizes to Pavan Sukhdev and Markus Borner Business Wire, 1 month ago Asahi Glass Foundation s 2016 Blue Planet Prizes to Pavan Sukhdev and Markus Borner India Online.in, 1 month ago
United Nations Environment Program goodwill ambassador Pavan Sukhdev was named one of the two winners of the international environmental award, Blue Planet Prize. The Asahi Glass Foundation announced Sukhdev, of India, and Markus Borner, of ...India-West, 2 weeks ago UNEP Goodwill Ambassador Pavan Sukhdev Wins Prestigious Blue Planet Prize... UNEP, 1 month ago UNEP UNITED NATIONS ENVIRONMENT PROGRAMME : Goodwill Ambassador Pavan Sukhdev Wins Prestigious Blue Planet Prize 4 Traders, 1 month ago
Hunter Lovins explains that when it comes to valuing nature, it's better to be roughly right than really wrong. This article has been submitted as part of the Natural Capital Coalition 's series of blogs on natural capital by Hunter Lovins, ...Huffington Post, 1 month ago Roughly Right vs Really Wrong Huffington Post, 1 month ago
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