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The Trouble With China's 'One Belt One Road' Strategy

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Written by Jiayi Zhou, Karl Hallding, and Guoyi Han Friday, 26 June 2015 00:00

Is using infrastructure investments to create demand for Chinese goods in developing countries a panacea for overproduction, or a distraction from deeper economic reforms?

Source: The Diplomat

 

Fem steg för mer lyckad vetenskapskommunikation

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Written by Robert Watt Wednesday, 15 April 2015 09:52

If we want to narrow the gap between scientific research and public debate, we need to listen, build relationships and engage in dialogue.

Source: Extrakt, Sweden

   

We need to learn from the needs of the poorest

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Written by Paul Steele and Aaron Atteridge Saturday, 28 March 2015 00:00

This article argues for a “bottom-up” approach to development and climate finance that recognizes the situation of the poorest individuals and relate to their specific needs.

Source: Dhaka Tribune, Bangladesh

 

Enabling architecture

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Written by Jenny Roe and Amanda Nioi Thursday, 05 March 2015 01:00

This article argues design is integral to thinking about social care, and offers examples of how enabling architecture can help older people to flourish in later life despite frailty, chronic ill health or impairment.

Source: Architecture Ireland

   

NAZCA Portal: Capturing and catalysing climate action at all levels

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Written by Sander Chan, Pieter Pauw, Harro van Asselt, Tom Hale and Todd Edwards Friday, 12 December 2014 01:00

This article highlights the value of the NAZCA Climate Action Portal, which aims to demonstrate the strategic action being taken by non-state actors either individually or as part of cooperative initiatives.

Outreach, UK

   

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