Author: Econogy Project

By: Carla Suárez, Research Leader for the Andes Region Bolivia has been largely affected by the COVID-19 pandemic both economically and environmentally. The South American nation had already been struggling with climate disasters prior to the start of the pandemic. Bolivia’s territory stretches from the top of the Andes mountain range to the depth of […]

By: Noemi Amelynck, Head of Research On December 19th, 2021, left-wing candidate, Gabriel Boric, won the Chilean presidential elections with around 55% of the vote. Boric’s vision and pledge for Chile is to reverse the neoliberal system which has dominated the country since Pinochet’s dictatorship. The model prioritizes free market policies and the privatization of […]

By: Pierre David, Research Leader for French Environmental Law for Econogy Project Translated by: Noemi Amelynck, Head of Research for Econogy Project Promoters of the so-called principle of non-regression in environmental matters believe that it “would benefit from being elevated to a constitutional rank”.[1] Inspired by the theory of human rights, non-regression is “a principle […]

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This project aims at exploring the implications of Covid-19 for economic development, with particular insights on green growth alternatives and social development.

Project incubated by International Impact.

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