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Five major metros staring at severe water crisis: Expert

October 5, 2018

The Times of India

Unless Delhi government reduces per capita consumption to 100 litres per capita per day (LPCD), Delhi will run out of water. By 2030, Delhi population is set to reach an incredible 43.6 million.

6 major Indian cities will run out of water by 2030: Expert warns

October 4, 2018

United News of India

If India continues with unsatisfactory and unsustainable water management policies, like poor operation and management practices of all water infrastructure, there is no doubt that within the next 12 years many parts of the country will face serious water crises, mostly six major cities will run out of water.

From our ancestors to modern leaders, all do it: the story of corruption

September 7, 2018

The Conversation

As the global economy expanded significantly during the 20th century, levels of corruption increased as well. It is difficult to estimate the global magnitude and extent of corruption since these activities are carried out in secret. The World Bank estimates international bribery exceeds US$1.5 trillion annually, or 2% of global GDP and ten times more than total global aid funds. Other estimates are higher at 2-5% of global GDP.

Dari Malaysia sampai Malang: bagaimana kisah korupsi merajalela dari nenek moyang hingga zaman modern

September 7, 2018

The Conversation

Dengan berkembangnya ekonomi global secara signifikan selama abad ke-20, tingkat korupsi pun turut naik. Sayangnya, sangat sulit untuk mengestimasi besar dan luasnya korupsi secara global karena baik penyuap maupun penerima suap memiliki kepentingan pribadi untuk memastikan bahwa kegiatan ini tetap rahasia dan diam-diam. Tingkat korupsi luar biasa tinggi. Bank Dunia memperkirakan penyuapan pada saat ini telah melampaui US$1,5 triliun (sekitar Rp22.00 [...]

Driving sustainability in Asia

September 3, 2018

BRINK Asia

In a world where the only stable situation is change, megatrends are driving transformation at the global level. On the one hand are the degradation of natural capital, adverse demographics and economic imbalances. On the other hand are more robust regulatory frameworks, sustainable business models, innovation and more advanced technology.

Are forgotten crops the future of food?

August 22, 2018

BBC

Just four crops—wheat, maize, rice and soybean—provide two-thirds of the world’s food supply. But scientists in Malaysia are trying to change that by reviving crops that have been relegated to the sidelines.

More than infrastructure and connectivity

August 22, 2018

The Business Times

The Belt and Road Initiative is not just a Chinese idea but a global development that creates jobs, alleviates poverty and improves living standards.

How new Silk Road will cement China as major trading partner for Africa

August 20, 2018

The Conversation

The Belt and Road Initiative looks set to change a number of economic, social and strategic landscapes. But it’s essential that whatever the project produces is perceived as benefiting everyone involved – China as well as the country’s affected.

Initiative injects vitality into economies

August 7, 2018

China Daily

Belt and Road Initiative will promote connectivity between and within countries by building and strengthening infrastructure along the two routes, in order to facilitate trade.

Has the well of good ideas and public policy on water run dry?

July 22, 2018

Channel News Asia

More than technology and funds are needed to resolve the world’s clean water drinking problems, say two observers from NUS's Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy.

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