Author: Econogy Project

Half of the world’s habitable land is used for agriculture. Half of the world agricultural production is for livestock. As the world population continues to experience exponential growth, our use of natural ressources is inevitably questioned. In this policy brief, Alizée Le Fur looks into the sustainability of current production patterns and explores alternative methods to the livestock […]

Source: https://globalgoodness.ca/econogy-le-coronavirus-une-bonne-nouvelle-pour-la-planete/ Global Goodness Media. In May 2020, three young people launched a research group on the positive consequences of the coronavirus on economic development, called ECONOGY. Interview with two of them, Anaïs Julin and Maëlle Waché. A project for the future Anaïs, Blanche, and Maëlle are students, graduated from Cambridge or King’s College in […]

Annamara Rimmer University of Cambridge Mail: akr50@cam.ac.uk Introduction. There is a widespread consensus amongst development economists that progress to achieving the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) will be stalled if gender equality and women’s empowerment are not prioritised holistically. Unfortunately, the recent Covid-19 pandemic has proved to be a significant disruptive force, obstructing and even […]

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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.

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