Sustainable development in times of armed conflicts and humanitarian suffering

The most shocking about the invasion of Ukrainian by the Russian army on February 24th, and the mass destruction of lives and livelihoods that followed is, at first sight, and to many of us, the unacceptable human suffering caused overnight. It is good, and necessary that so many initiatives to help the Ukrainian people have come up to speed so quickly…

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Sustainability Leader in financial services. Pathfinder to better business systems. Purpose-led, fact-based, systems science practitioner.

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