Big Data is driving improvements in mapping Indonesia’s streets that is saving lives when disasters hit.
Climate Change, driven by the Little Ice Age, produced a series of environmental catastrophes that together generated the worst famine in Korea’s history from 1670-1671.
In part one of a new series on environmental resettlement, we explore the links between desertification & urban air pollution in China.
Economists agree that energy taxes raise overall social welfare. But there is no corresponding agreement on their distributional impacts.
Part III of our on-going series on the South African government’s on-going fight against HIV.
Education drives economic growth. But all education is not created equal when it comes to generating growth.
Sense & Sustainability’s leadership has returned to Korea as co-sponsors of the KEY 2015 conference.
Violence against women is a global problem that we know how to solve.
With so much snow, some are questioning whether global warming really exists.
How can we separate buzzwords from strong business practice?