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- Released November 22, 2010
Civil Society Responses to the Global Financial and Economic Crisis
Civil society groups have used various strategies to push for new policies aimed at preventing future crises and ensuring a more equitable and sustainable economic recovery.
- Released November 1, 2010
Valuing Domestic Work
A look at the history and future of household work in the United States from a gender justice and worker rights perspective.
- Released October 25, 2010
Military vs. Climate Security: The 2011 Budgets Compared
The gap between federal spending on military as opposed to climate security has narrowed since 2008. Compared to China, though, our progress is meager.
Though its military spending is not wholly transparent, it is estimated that China spends one-sixth as much as the United States does on military security, and twice as much on climate security.
The Green Dividend
The green dividend is perhaps our last shot at transforming the U.S. economy. We have been given a second chance. If we blow it this time, there will not likely be another.
- Released September 1, 2010
Fair and Effective Climate Finance
When developed countries signed the UN Climate Convention in 1992 they recognized their responsibility for emitting the vast majority of planet-warming greenhouse gases. Consequently, in recognition of this “climate debt”, the Convention requires them to take a lead in cutting pollution, and to provide the finance and technology needed by less industrialized countries to overcome the adverse impacts of climate change, and to chart a more sustainable pathway than that set by industrialized countries. It’s time to meet these responsibilities.
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