Nicholas Stern has been named on The Rockefeller Foundation Economic Council on Planetary Health. This assembly of global experts will demonstrate the economic and policy case for the emerging field of planetary health.
The first direct freight train arrived in Barking, London, from Yiwu in Zhejiang province, China, which opens new opportunities for trade and investment for post-Brexit UK. The One Belt One Road (OBOR) provides possibilities for enhancing partnerships for sustainable growth, high-tech manufacturing, investments in knowledge and skills development, and global value chains between China, UK and countries along the New Silk Road. This study presents possibilities.
Lord Nicholas Stern says his biggest concern is protecting the spirit of globalisation that has long characterised the World Economic Forum. Also the UK should "make the best" of the situation once it leaves the European single market.
The world will never again build cities as rapidly as it does this century. If we are serious about limiting global warming, tackling air pollution and promoting innovative, resource-efficient growth, there is a narrow window of opportunity. Professor Lord Stern and Dimitri Zenghelis writing in The Guardian.
Deputy Manager/Manager - Research: The candidate shall provide technical and operational support to evaluation, research and technical assistance projects across India. The work-mix includes project management, execution and business development. They are expected to use their thematic training in designing methodologies/processes for research and M&E assignments and proposals in the public health/public policy domain.
Clean, green development is the sole route to future global economic growth, according to British economist Lord Nicholas Stern, with a continuation of polluting, high-carbon growth only leading to self-destruction.
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