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A new vision for Austria: From Too Little Too Late to a Giant Leap for sustainability  
Kenya could eradicate poverty and achieve economic prosperity by 2050 – and Kenyan citizens strongly support bold and immediate action
Tax the rich, say a majority of adults across 17 G20 countries surveyed
A new global deal: reforming world governance
10-point plan for IMF and World Bank to end Africa’s debt crisis

A new report shows that by simultaneously implementing “five extraordinary turnarounds” poverty and inequality could be significantly reduced in Austria.

A “Giant Leap” could end poverty in Kenya within a generation and bring economic prosperity, according to a new report.

A new survey of citizens in the world’s largest economies has revealed overwhelming support for tax reforms and broader political and economic reform.  

Earth4All contributes to new book outlining a global deal to accelerate progress on the Sustainable Development Goals

Africa’s debt crisis risks spiralling out of control unless urgent action is taken, warn 40+ leading economists and systems thinkers in an open letter in advance of the Spring Meetings of the IMF and World Bank.

A new vision for Austria: From Too Little Too Late to a Giant Leap for sustainability  

A new report shows that by simultaneously implementing “five extraordinary turnarounds” poverty and inequality could be significantly reduced in Austria.

Kenya could eradicate poverty and achieve economic prosperity by 2050 – and Kenyan citizens strongly support bold and immediate action

A “Giant Leap” could end poverty in Kenya within a generation and bring economic prosperity, according to a new report.

Tax the rich, say a majority of adults across 17 G20 countries surveyed

A new survey of citizens in the world’s largest economies has revealed overwhelming support for tax reforms and broader political and economic reform.  

A new global deal: reforming world governance

Earth4All contributes to new book outlining a global deal to accelerate progress on the Sustainable Development Goals

10-point plan for IMF and World Bank to end Africa’s debt crisis

Africa’s debt crisis risks spiralling out of control unless urgent action is taken, warn 40+ leading economists and systems thinkers in an open letter in advance of the Spring Meetings of the IMF and World Bank.

Earth4All selected as finalist for WIN WIN award

Earth4All has been selected as a finalist for the WIN WIN Gothenburg Sustainability Award, recognising individuals and organisations doing outstanding work towards a sustainable future.

The European Green Deal requires a renewed economic modelling toolbox

More than 200 economists called on the European Commission to overhaul the way it calculates its core economic forecasts and better integrate critical environmental factors into its baseline models in an open letter.

Open letter calling on world leaders to show long-view leadership on existential threats

The Elders, Future of Life Institute and signatories including Earth4All contributors call on leaders to show long-view leadership on existential threats.

“Earth4All and the world of the Pope”: documentary premiere 

Broadcaster Sky Italia is holding the premiere of a documentary spotlighting Earth4All and Pope Francis on the 28th of November 2023 in Rome.

Launch of Earth4All national engagement strategy in Kenya

Earth4All and Partnership for Economic Policy (PEP) presented their national engagement strategy at the Africa Climate Summit 2023 in Nairobi, Kenya.

New foresight report identifies urgent policy actions needed to put SDGs back on track

Ahead of the UN’s SDG Summit (18-19 September), ground-breaking analyses shows how by enacting five ‘extraordinary turnarounds’ SDGs implementation can be accelerated.

Earth4All co-organises letter calling on the G20 to “tax the super-rich”

In an open letter to the G20, close to 300 millionaires, economists, and political representatives from almost all G20 countries call for a new international agreement on wealth taxes to “stop extreme wealth from corroding our collective future”.