For South Asia, the role of policy reform and development assistance will be indispensable to balancing social order and economic sustainability.
Assessing the implications of the midterm elections on US environmental policy
The world’s largest polluters, China and the United States, shocked many this week by agreeing for the first time that they should reduce their emissions. Here’s why that agreement is so important.
Poverty exacts a psychological toll–one which policymakers can either exacerbate or reverse.
As policy makers look for attractive ways to curb carbon, cabon capture is likely to be the topic of many policy discussions in the near future.
In part two of our series on youth demographics in South Asia we examine how the swell of youth populations can lead to Civil Unrest
What do universities, the U.S. military and Wal-mart have in common?
How much trade is the right amount in the age of climate change?
Cities have begun to turn to adaptive reuse as a way to limit the environmental impacts of development.
The doubled-edged sword of bikes in Amsterdam can help improve our understanding of sustainability.