Although the list of global trends was mostly dominated by political and economic concerns, some key sustainability issues were at the top of leaders’ minds.
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A South Pacific island, shown on marine charts and world maps as well as on Google Earth and Google Maps, does not exist, Australian scientists say.
Despite legend, this isn’t a time-honored ritual going back to the nation’s earliest years.
The Egyptian President, Mohamed Mursi, has assumed sweeping powers, prompting the prominent opposition figure Mohamed ElBaradei to accuse him of usurping authority and becoming a "new pharaoh".
Shanghai has started to discuss a draft regulation on preventing land subsidence to better supervise major construction projects in the city.
Deutsche Bank is on the lookout for mature, tech-savvy women who it thinks will be better team players to help change its corporate culture and rebuild its reputation in the wake
Law firm takes action against company claiming greenwashing of banana-growing practices.
A state Senate panel said Monday that the University of Hawaii could have avoided losing $200,000 in its failed attempt to hold an athletic department fundraiser if officials had performed due diligence on a company claiming to be Stevie Wonder's booking agent.
No broad-based international agreement on sharing rivers currently exists, even though much of the world depends on water from rivers that flow through more than one nation. But that may be about to change, as two separate global river treaties are close to being approved.
Sebastian Thrun, winner of the Smithsonian American Ingenuity Award for education takes is redefining the modern classroom