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Philanthropic Foundations, Think Tanks, and Development: Understanding and Assessing the Think Tank Initiative | 11/21/11
Karthik Nachiappan
Can think tanks really facilitate growth? How robust are the Think Tank Initiative's evaluative and accountability processes? Measuring how the TTI fares will not only enable us to gauge the venture's efficacy, but also help us to better understand the role that philanthropic foundations play. » Publications » Carnegie Ethics Online

Interview with William Powers, Living Off the Grid | 10/25/10
William Powers, Julia Taylor Kennedy
William Powers discusses his life's journey, including time in Liberia and Bolivia, and a stay in a 12 x 12-foot cabin with no electricity or running water. It's all about learning to live sustainably and happily with less, as many societies do. » Studio » Multimedia

Interview with William Powers, Living Off the Grid | 10/21/10
William Powers, Julia Taylor Kennedy
William Powers discusses his time living off the land while staying in a 12 x 12-foot cabin with no electricity or running water, ­and how that experience has changed his outlook. » Studio » Multimedia

WATER: Resources from Carnegie Council | 09/24/10
Lack of clean water causes the death of at least five million people every year. As part of its second annual SEPTEMBER SUSTAINABILITY MONTH, the Carnegie Council presents a collection of materials on this essential natural resource. » Publications » Resource Picks

Water: The Epic Struggle for Wealth, Power, and Civilization | 08/18/10
Steven Solomon
Everything hinges on water; it is essential to life and to civilization. Will there be enough fresh water for 9 billion of us by 2050? In this talk, journalist Steven Solomon discusses the impending global water crisis. » Studio » Multimedia

Water: The Epic Struggle for Wealth, Power, and Civilization | 04/09/10
Steven Solomon
Everything hinges on water; it is essential to life and to civilization. Will there be enough fresh water for 9 billion of us by 2050? In this talk, journalist Steven Solomon discusses the impending global water crisis. » Studio » Multimedia

Water: The Epic Struggle for Wealth, Power, and Civilization | 04/06/10
Steven Solomon, Joanne J. Myers
Everything hinges on water; it is essential to life and to civilization. Will there be enough fresh water for 9 billion of us by 2050? In this talk, journalist Steven Solomon discusses the impending global water crisis. » Studio » Multimedia

Darrel Moellendorf on the Climate Change Negotiations in Copenhagen | 03/16/10
Darrel Moellendorf, John Tessitore
Darrel Moellendorf (author of "Treaty Norms and Climate Change Mitigation") discusses what happened in Copenhagen and what it means for future negotiations on climate change. » Studio » Multimedia

EIA Interview: Darrel Moellendorf on the Climate Change Negotiations in Copenhagen | 03/12/10
Darrel Moellendorf, John Tessitore
Darrel Moellendorf (author of "Treaty Norms and Climate Change Mitigation") discusses what happened in Copenhagen and what it means for future negotiations on climate change. » Studio » Multimedia

The Future of Culture and Rights for Bolivia's Indigenous Movements | 08/02/05
Robert Albro
Present hostilities in Bolivia are fundamentally a war over the representation and status of the rights of the country’s majority indigenous population. » Publications » Articles, Papers, and Reports

Language Rights And Guarani Renaissance In Bolivia | 04/22/05
Bret Gustafson
Guarani claim the right to native language schooling not just to reproduce their distinct identity, but also to engage in a pluralistic society as equals. » Publications » Archive » Human Rights Dialogue (1994–2005) » Series 2 No. 12 (Spring 2005): Cultural Rights » Section 1

Sharing the Riches of the Earth: Democratizing Natural Resource-Led Development [Abstract] | 02/03/04
Keith Slack
Many developing countries are attempting to use their natural resource endowments as the basis for economic growth and development. But countries that depend heavily on resource extraction do poorly on a variety of economic indicators, including growth rates, education levels, and income inequality. » Publications » Ethics & International Affairs » Ethics & International Affairs, Volume 18.1 (Winter 2004) » Articles

Winning the Water War | 06/19/03
Marcela Olivera, Jorge Viaña
Olivera and Viaña recount how Bolivians mobilized a successful campaign to overturn the government’s decision to privatize their local water system. » Publications » Archive » Human Rights Dialogue (1994–2005) » Series 2 No. 9 (Spring 2003): Making Human Rights Work in a Globalizing World » Articles

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