The UN Sustainable Development Goals – how to fix the world

The UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) were launched as a 15-year programme, 2016 – 2030, to try to mobilise individuals, businesses and governments to fix some of the world’s most pressing issues – including climate change, urbanization, poverty, hunger, education.

Five years on, how are we doing? Importantly, how is China reacting to the SDGs? We invite scholars to share their research and ideas on the SDGs and China, and the SDGs in China. Case studies and success stories are welcome.  Please contact [email protected] in the first instance.

Social Responsibility is Free

It’s easy to say that organizations should behave ‘properly’, and in a socially responsible manner. But why should they? How does social responsibility fit with a capitalist ethos? Can organizations, small and large, ‘do well, by doing good’?

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