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The Do-Able Dozen: Every dollar spent on these two educational initiatives worldwide would deliver $65 of social benefits
Published by New York Post
As we set resolutions to achieve personal goals and give back, the beginning of a new year is a time to envision the positive changes we can bring to the world.
Shining a light on the power of doing good, it is a time to consider how we can extend our impact to do the most that we possibly can.
Published by Copenhagen Consensus
The goal of Copenhagen Consensus 2012 was to set priorities among a series of proposals for confronting ten great global challenges. A panel of economic experts, comprising some of the world’s most distinguished economists, was invited to consider these issues. The ten challenge papers, commissioned from acknowledged authorities in each area of policy, included nearly 40 proposals for the panel’s consideration. During the conference the panel examined these proposals in detail.
The world is not on track to deliver the UN's 169 promises for sustainable development until 2030.We can do better. Bjorn Lomborg and Jordan Peterson argue in a two page New York Post essay that "the moral imperative is clear: we must do the best things first."