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 […]

Revolutionising water desalination in developing countries: solar powered WaterKiosks sustainably transform rural communities Boreal Light GmbH is a young Berlin based company specialised on renewable energy solutions for water treatment facilities. The company designs and manufactures affordable solar water desalination systems for off-grid communities around the globe. The fully solar powered and affordable products of […]

Author: Anaïs Julin Gender-based violence (GBV) is expected to rise in every type of emergency – whether economic crises, conflict or disease outbreaks. With the COVID-19 pandemic, economic and social stress coupled with pre-existing gender inequalities and discriminatory social norms led to an exponential surge in GBV but most importantly a setback in the quest […]

Emilie Röell, founder and director of Doh Eain, discusses how the pandemic affected vulnerable people in Myanmar. Doh Eain is a participatory design practice based in Yangon dedicated to making cities better. It preserves heritage, improves public spaces and organises activities that connect people with places, employing a user-centred, participatory approach. In doing this, they […]

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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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