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The Travel Foundation has developed a risk-assessment tool to flag potential environmental or socio-economic concerns in a destination. It should allow destination authorities or travel businesses to identify long-term sustainability risks to tourism operations and help find ways to mitigate these. See also: Positive capitalism and sustainable investment The Travel Foundation points...
While thin-skinned millennials and socialist apologists love nothing more than to vilify capitalism, the truth is there is no greater force for good than an honest free market. It is capitalism that allows us to live long and comfortable lives. It is because of capitalism that we have indoor plumbing,...
Change is always a good thing, so the saying goes. In a market obsessed by transformation, and driven by disruption, the change-or-die attitude infiltrating the Global markets appears stronger than ever. But amid a rising tide of industry opinion, those stepping back from the rat-race to observe the market from afar...
As you’ve probably worked out by now, the millennial generation is different. For many leaders earning the loyalty of and getting the best from these younger members of our workforce is a frustrating challenge. The reality is, however, that by 2025 millennials will make up three-quarters of the global...
Becoming a parent is the most life-changing event that many will experience. You are suddenly not only responsible for yourself, but also another person who depends on you for everything. It’s estimated that total child-rearing expenses from birth to age 17 for a middle-income American family is now $233,610....
Speaking at a high-level dialogue organized by the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) in New York on 19 July, UNCTAD Secretary-General Mukhisa Kituyi and fellow panellists spotlighted trends in the global economy and international trade in the context of sustainable development. The session came on the heels of...
Not Investing Enough Some choose to simply live in the here and now and are content to spend almost all of their salary on life's luxuries and kick the can down the road. Others may be confused or misinformed about how much they need to put in their pension pot....
Sustainability investing continues to grow in popularity, but the lack of standardization in sustainability reporting poses a challenge for investors wishing to maximize the social responsibility, and minimize the social damage, of their investments. The authors, who previously studied sustainability ratings issued by the mass media, now turn their...
The low level of financial literacy in Ohio (and nationwide) exacerbated the effects of the Great Recession. Ohio is ranked fourth worst in financial literacy of the 50 states, has the sixth highest proportion of college graduate student loan debt and ranks 33rd in average per capita defined contribution...
Every two years, the Council for Economic Education (CEE) conducts a comprehensive look into the state of K-12 economic and financial education in the United States, collecting data from all 50 states and the District of Columbia. The biennial Survey of the States serves as an important benchmark for...
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