The youth populations in India and Pakistan continue to swell amid growing concerns about the economic impact of such growth.
The deadly Ebola virus will not only affect the health of the hardest hit regions of the world, but also the short and longterm outlooks of their economies.
Should it matter whether we are driven by true personal motivation matter, by a rational economic incentive, or because of a catchy and appealing gimmick, so long as we are doing the “right thing”?
The Little Ice Age of 1550-1850 in Europe and Asia had devastating effects on human well-being and should provide a number of lessons for dealing with climate change today.
The Indian economy is growing rapidly, yet some public health indicators are not keeping pace.
Despite the challenges to implementing solar microgrids in India, the prospects for expanded use in rural areas remains promising.
As the demand on cities to adapt to a rapidly changing future has intensified, so have the planning methods cities are adopting to respond.
There are benefits and drawbacks to private conservation efforts. Ignoring one in favor of the other does a disservice to all, especially local communities.
In India, the evidence shows that solar microgrids are a viable approach to reduce pollution, provide energy capacity for rural areas, and improve basic measures of human development.
With nearly half of all American’s living in regions that violate air quality standards, a multi-pollutant approach to regulation has promise.