We know privatization helps those who own the privatized resource, but can it also raise local incomes?
Water supply is one resource that will be critically impacted by climate change. How are countries like Costa Rica dealing with this?
Is Nepal’s proposal to rent high-altitude peaks to private groups a promising new form of public-private partnership, or a theft of public resources?
What role can government play in helping a growing micro-finance industry continue to develop?
A new plan to expand Australian coal exports threatens to severely damage the Great Barrier Reef.
A recent report on what would be the world’s largest gold mine shows that development isn’t always the only option.
Is there such a thing as a “global water policy”? Or is water primarily a local issue? Jisung Park sits down with noted water expert John Briscoe to discuss these and many other issues.
The not in my backyard syndrome is best known as NIMBY and NIMBYites are battling to protect their own little neck of the woods.
As the Warsaw negotiations continue, here at Sense & Sustainability we’ll continue the discussion of international climate change treaties.
As negotiations continue in Warsaw this week, S&S looks at some recent international climate change treaties.