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Global inequality reveals policy failings

June 6, 2018

The Business Times

Political will is inexcusably weak, and mere statistics are failing to prod governments beyond election-year soundbites and platitudes.

Japan’s climate change preparedness an example for Asian countries

June 6, 2018

Brink Asia

The high concentration of the Japanese population in small habitable areas has made Japan historically vulnerable to droughts. Given the extreme risks of floods, extensive infrastructure development as well as forested areas, or green dams, have become essential elements for flood management in the country.

Feature: India and Bhutan as a model for inter- and intra-regional energy trade

May 14, 2018

Science Trends

At present, energy trade in South Asia is limited to India and Bhutan and India and Nepal, and trade in petroleum products between India and Nepal, Bhutan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka. Increased electricity trade would be based on mutually-agreed regulatory frameworks and effective dispute settlement mechanisms, but also on greater political will and trust.

Can China connect technological prowess with global ambitions?

May 9, 2018

The Conversation

In the last 50 years, China has experienced rapid economic transformation. It is now poised to assume membership among the world’s most developed economies. Its strategies on issues like urbanisation and infrastructure are widely studied and occasionally copied.

Podcast: Feeding the world

April 27, 2018

Policy Forum

On the latest Policy Forum Pod, one of the world’s leading water and environment experts provides his short answer to a very big question: how can we create a world without hunger?

India and China: lessons on how not to tackle inequality

April 9, 2018

The Conversation

Many developing nations have targeted poverty alleviation and improved living standards as ultimate policy goals. While China has achieved poverty alleviation on an historic scale, policy obstacles remain. These include bureaucratic inefficiency and failed policy implementation. India has likewise made progress in alleviating poverty though it lags significantly behind China.

Cities thirsting for water

March 22, 2018

Policy Forum

Every year World Water Day aims to bring attention to the water problems confronting the world. Currently, up to 3.0 billion people in the developing world do not have access to clean water that is safe to drink. Even in developed countries, people are increasingly losing trust in the quality of water that is supplied by their water utilities.

Constitutional revision to help build beautiful China

March 12, 2018

China Daily

Building a beautiful China and an ecological civilization has been written into the country’s Constitution to reconcile economic development and ecological protection, fill the gaps in terms of environmental governance and comply with people’s aspirations and wishes.

Electric vehicles are changing the world. And they’re only just getting started

February 28, 2018

The Conversation

Countries around the world, with the glaring exception of the US under President Donald Trump, are increasingly acknowledging the shift that’s needed from a fossil fuel-driven economy to one that is sustainable, green and attempts to mitigate climate change.

Managing urban waters in Africa: challenges ahead

February 28, 2018

The Business Times

Cape Town's current water crisis should be a wake-up call to improve urban water services across Africa

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