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Turning economic and environmental trade-offs into win-wins  - @VioNet-AdobeStock

Given the urgent needs of different populations worldwide, economic development tends to be prioritized over climate issues. Short-termism is pitted against medium and long-term goals, economic growth and jobs against the climate. And yet, the horribly irony is that it is often the people living in emerging countries who suffer (and will suffer) the most from climate change. The urgent question (...)

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A shortage of jobs in Senegal means people are forced to fend for themselves to generate their own (...)

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It was back in March 2016 that HEC Paris Dean Peter Todd asked Professor Marc Vanhuele to devote (...)

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Sub-Saharan Africa suffers from a lack of energy infrastructure. Increasingly, those without access (...)

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The largest international accounting firms have no trouble attracting applicants despite the (...)

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In our connected world, hardly any consumer would imagine making a purchase, online or even (...)

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As far removed as they seem to be from executive boardrooms, civil rights campaigners and (...)

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Households are notoriously unsophisticated investors, with low financial literacy; and yet, banks (...)

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