Social relationships for sustainable environmental solutions
Mar23

Social relationships for sustainable environmental solutions

Environmental interventions in low and middle income countries primarily rely directly on addressing the issue at hand. For example, alternative stoves eliminating cook-stove air pollution, boreholes provide access to water, and alternative drought-or rain-resistant crops grow in climate-change stricken regions. These projects may succeed, but they may also fail. Thus, we know that projects need to be more encompassing in their...

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Climate change and economic growth
Mar22

Climate change and economic growth

According to PwC China and India could be by 2050 the world’s top two largest economies in terms of purchasing power parity. In the shorter-term Singapore’s United Overseas Bank (UOB) projects that by 2025 the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), which includes Singapore, Indonesia, Thailand, the Philippines, Vietnam, Myanmar, Malaysia, Cambodia, Laos and Brunei, will have a combined economy larger than Japan’s....

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