Tendencias y Estudios / Convergencia y sostenibilidad

Building a Hyperconnected City

As part of our research, ESI ThoughtLab gathered benchmarking data from 100 cities, conducted in-depth interviews with city leaders, and drew on valuable input from a cross industry coalition of leading firms and research organizations.

 El futuro del trabajo en América Latina y el Caribe: ¿Cómo será el mercado laboral para las mujeres?

En esta cuarta entrega de la serie “El futuro del trabajo en América Latina y el Caribe” exploramos cómo será el futuro para las mujeres en la fuerza laboral.

30 Sueños para el 2030

La iniciativa se desarrolla a través de los sueños de 30 actores representantes de diferentes sectores ligados a la energía, medio ambiente, minería, gobierno, parlamento, televisión y deportes, por mencionar algunos.

La mirada del sector privado sobre el acuerdo MERCOSUR-Unión Europea

Esta nota busca recabar las primeras reacciones del sector privado de los países del MERCOSUR ante el fin de las negociaciones del Acuerdo con la Unión Europea el 28 de junio de 2019.

Revista Integración & Comercio: Año 23: No. 45: Diciembre 2019: El nuevo factor del comercio: Aportes de la economía del comportamiento y la opinión pública a la integración de América Latina y el Caribe

La edición 45 de la revista “Integración y Comercio”, denominada El nuevo Factor del Comercio, pone en valor el trabajo de la alianza INTAL-Latinobarómetro, al analizar las voces de los latinoamericanos con el sustento científico de la economía del comportamiento, la econometría, el big data y la inteligencia artificial.

Building a circular economy: How a new approach to infrastructure can put an end to waste

Infrastructure has a major influence on whether resources can be preserved to use again or whether they are lost forever. For the most part, it has been designed for, and has perpetuated, the linear economy, the system of ‘take, make, use, throw’.

Accelerating America’s Pledge: Going All-In to Build a Prosperous, Low-Carbon Economy for the United States,

Shows the potential for progress on U.S. emissions reductions if climate-forward leaders are elected to all levels of government – from city halls to the White House. It captures the power of U.S. states, cities, businesses, and other organizations representing nearly 70 percent of the country’s GDP to reduce emissions and help advance the country toward the Paris Agreement targets.

Human Development Report 2019

The demonstrations sweeping across the world today signal that, despite unprecedented progress against poverty, hunger and disease, many societies are not working as they should. The connecting thread, is inequality.

The clock is ticking: Insights into progress made by Member States so far in improving their draft NECPss

The report  sheds light on the progress Member States have made until now with improving their draft National Energy and Climate Plans (NECPs). This includes the extent to which they have implemented the European Commission’s recommendations issued in June this year, and whether they plan to go beyond those.

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