WELLBEING & INCLUSION-CHARITY PEOPLE & CULTURE CONFERENCE 2019
FUNDRAISING FIRST THING-THE WORLD OF CORPORATE PARTNERSHIPS:CHARITIES AND BUSINESS
#NOTYOURUSUALNIGHTOUT-CHARITY CYCLE CHALLENGE 2019
CREATING A SEAMLESS USER-JOURNEY THROUGH EFFECTIVE USE OF DATA
DEVELOPING A STRATEGY FOR FINANCIAL SUSTAINABILITY
CHARITY FINANCE INVESTMENT FORUM & DINNER 2019
CHARITY TECHNOLOGY CONFERENCE 2019
DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION – A QUESTION OF TECHNOLOGY?
9.7 BILLION ON EARTH BY 2050,BUT GROWTH RATE SLOWING,SAYS NEW UN POPULATION REPORT
By the year 2050, there will be some 9.7 billion people living on Earth, says a UN population report released on Monday. However, the overall growth rate will continue to fall, and more countries will have to adapt to the consequences
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FRIDAY’S DAILY BRIEF:SUDAN AND SOUTH SUDAN,EBOLA,ECOSOC ELECTIONS,RISKS OF 5G TECH
This Friday, we cover: Ebola in central Africa still not declared an international emergency, by the World Health Organiza
WEDNESDAY’S DAILY BRIEF:#NOTOBACCO DAY,CHINA’S ECONOMY,FAMILY FARMING,#CLIMATEACTION
This Wednesday, we cover: the dangers of smoking for World No Tobacco Day; China’s creative economy; sustainability throug
As resistance to antibiotics grows, the World Health Organization (WHO) has launched the latest stage of its campaign to fight this deadly health risk – likened by the agency to an “invisible pandemic”– with the launch of a new online tool for health professionals on Tuesday.
More than seven in 10 people with epilepsy in developing countries are not getting the low-cost care they need, and UN health experts said on Thursday this could lead to a “significantly higher” risk of death among sufferers than in industrialized nations.
Amid what global Vaccine Alliance Gavi is calling an “unprecedented combination” of epidemics, the UN and partners are supporting the Government of the Democratic Republic of the Congo’s major new immunization campaign against cholera which began on Monday, targeting more than 800,000.
K'S PREVENT STRATEGY 'BIGGEST THREAT TO FREE SPEECH ON CAMPUS'
The Prevent strategy for curtailing extremism in the UK is the biggest threat to free speech at universities rather than media caricatures of “snowflake” students, according to a director of Liberty.
AMILIES TAKE MINISTERS TO COURT OVER SPECIAL NEEDS EDUCATION
OW CHANGING ATTITUDES ARE CLOSING THE GENDER GAP IN ENGINEERING
THE CHARITY WORK OF SOPHIE TURNER
Sophie Turner is most famous for playing Sansa Stark in HBO’s Game of Thrones and for starring as Jean Grey in the newest X-Men franchise.In addition to acting,Turner has been
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SANDRA BULLOCK IS HELPING GLOBAL CAUSES
With a successful film and entertainment career spanning more than three decades, Sandra Bullock has made herself a household name. Some of her most notable work includes leading
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NEYMAR JR. INSTITUTE PROJECT REBUILDS THE FOOTBALLER’S HOMETOWN
Neymar Jr. Institute Project serves children across Brazil from its location at Jardim da Glória in Praia Grande. Growing up in this community, Neymar understands the struggle his people face.
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CASE STUDY:HOW AN OIL AND GAS COMPANY SURVIVES THE LOW-CARBON TRANSITION18 June 2019
The Paris Agreement is clear. We must limit the global temperature rise to well below 2C – striving for 1.5C – above pre-industrial levels to avoid the worst impacts of climate change.
For that to happen, global emissions need to peak and then rapidly fall to zero. Failing to do so will lead us into uncharted territory, with far-reaching consequences for our economy and societies around the world. Achieving this goal, however, will bring a multitude of benefits for both people and planet. But
50 YEARS AFTER A HISTORIC RIVER FIRE,CDP SPOTLIGHTS FINANCING WATER-SMART INFRASTRUCTURE18 June 2019
Water is crucial in building our new sustainable economy, and urban centers around the world are being put to the test.Cities need ample sources of clean water to keep people and the surrounding environment healthy and continue economic growth.
Cleveland, Ohio brought the U.S. to a turning point 50 years ago, when the final Cuyahoga River fire garnered nationwide attention that sparked the birth of the Clean Water Act. In this semicentennial month, CDP is putting a spotlig
THE NEW EU GUIDELINES ON NON-FINANCIAL REPORTING:SETTING THE SCENE FOR A REVIEW OF THE EU CORPORATE REPORTING FRAMEWORK18 June 2019
More transparency about companies’ impact on the environment, and the risks they face, is the foundation for driving the urgent action science dictates must happen.
Policymakers, who must create an enabling environment for achieving the Paris Agreement, can wield considerable power by setting the right rules to help give markets universal access to this information.
The EU’s updated guidelines on non-financial reporting, which CDP helped