Tag: natural resources

Singapore: the politics of taking sand to make land

Madhumitha Ardhanari is a 2019-20 Atlantic Fellow for Social and Economic Equity at the International Inequalities Institute, London School of Economics. She has worked as a sustainability strategist and futures researcher at Forum for the Future, and has five years of experience coaching businesses and organisations to adapt to long-term sustainability challenges. Until six months […]

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Doing a big Alaska: the case for a global social protection fund

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'Resource Futures': good new report on how to confront resource scarcity and conflict

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‘Resource Futures’: good new report on how to confront resource scarcity and conflict

Looks like this is going to be crystal ball week on the blog – must be the time of year. Just read Resource Futures from Chatham House (inventors of the ubiquitous Chatham House Rule). The analysis is pretty good, but it really raises the bar on communication, with great interactive infographics and killer facts. Advocacy […]

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How can the global system manage scarcity?

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The Plundered Planet: review of Paul Collier's new book and impending personal crisis

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Lifting the Resource Curse (or how to make finding oil a blessing)

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Natural Resources and Development Strategy after the crisis: useful (but flawed) new World Bank paper

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Paul Collier on post conflict reconstruction, independent service authorities, how to manage natural resources and the hidden logic of the G20 London Summit

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Taxation and development: a great new book

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