In his address to the IIEA, Dr Lawrence Haddan argues that in order to address the key drivers of malnutrition, collaboration between the public and private sectors is essential. Dr Haddad suggests the most effective ways to seize opportunities and minimise risks.
In his address to the IIEA, Director General LI Yong discusses the United Nations Industrial Development Organisation’s mandate of inclusive and sustainable industrial development in the context of the 2030 Agenda and Ireland’s new A Better World international development policy.
Rachel Kyte argues in favour of energy systems that can drive economies yet have zero net emissions and challenge policy makers to muster the courage to build energy systems of the future which are affordable, clean and that work for everyone.
Brexit and climate change are like apples and tomatoes—there is no reason to mix them. To do so is to perpetuate the false dichotomy that we must choose between the economy and the environment when, in reality, there are no jobs on a dead planet.
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