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Recent articles and research reports

Lima Climate Talks important step on the Road to Paris in 2015

The agreed document calls for: An “ambitious agreement” in 2015 that reflects “differentiated responsibilities and respective capabilities” of each nation Developed countries to provide financial support to “vulnerable” developing...

Is a Two-Degree Limit on Global Warming Off Target?

The talks culminating in Paris next year are seen as perhaps the best chance ever to turn that pledge into meaningful emissions limits, in part because President Obama has gone far beyond his predecessors in committing the United States, the largest historical...

New Research Project: A Bitcoin Governance Network

The Multi-stakeholder Solution to the Challenges of Cryptocurrency Cryptocurrencies are products of the digital revolution and the networked age. As distributed networks with no central issuer and no central command, they are also a distinctly global phenomenon that...

GSNetworks.org Research Featured in Innovations

Four GSN research papers were featured in the latest edition of Innovations Journal.  The journal features cases authored by exceptional innovators; commentary and research from leading academics; and essays from globally recognized executives and political leaders....

New Research Project:
Cities on the Move

How Global Solution Networks are Transforming Urban Mobility Catalyzing urban mobility in an era of mega-urbanization, economic austerity, and climate change demands new approaches to transportation planning and policy, especially in the megacities of the Global...

New Research Project:
Sowing the Seeds of Prosperity

Networked Solutions for the Youth Unemployment Crisis With nearly 300 million unemployed or inactive youth around the world, youth unemployment is a serious threat to global prosperity and well-being. The social and economic repercussions of prolonged youth...

India the “Biggest Challenge in Global Climate Negotiations.”

Policy Network Institute for Governance and Sustainable Development (igsd.org) calls India the “Biggest Challenge in Global Climate Negotiations.” In the face of global concerns over climate change and the effects of greenhouse gas emissions, India is digging deeper...

The New York Times: A Group Shout on Climate Change

Climate Change Week – did anything happen? According to the New York Times, bringing climate change back onto the radar in advance of the December 2015 meeting was an achievement all its own. The marchers and mayors, the ministers and presidents, have come and...

New Research Project: Food Security and Climate-Resilient Agriculture

New Network Capabilities to Solve Global Problems With a globalized food system, food has become a global problem more complex than ever before. Food security is no longer just related to agriculture, it is interconnected with a wide range of issue areas such as...

Why Mayors Need a UN-Like Organization of Their Own

The world’s mayors are running the biggest and most important cities in all of human history. They need to have a forum. There can be no doubt about it: The world’s economic action is centered in its cities. More than half the people in the world live in metros, a...

Global Parliament of Mayors: Can Cities Change the World?

Download Original News Release August 5, 2014 Proposal for a new model of global problem solving, co-authored by three of the world’s leaders on cities and the future, coincides with international Global Parliament of Mayors Project Planning Session TORONTO...

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