Milano 50+20 @ Rio+20

The 50+20 initiative at the U.N. Earth Summit RIO+20. 50+20 was a collaborative initiative that seeks to reinvent management education.  To learn more about 50+20

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50 Plus 20

Sustainable Urban Futures

As world leaders prepare for Rio+20, the Global Environmental Summit, in New York City future leaders met in Professor Shagun Mehrotra‘s Climate Change and Cities

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Infrastructure Economics Seminar at Milano The New School for Public Engagement

40 trillion dollars will be invested, over the next two decades, in bridging the global deficit in environmental infrastructure, transport, energy, and water. Advanced industrial

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Reinventing Infrastructure  Reforms  An Empirical Study

WRI President on Climate Change in Obama’s Inaugural Address

Following is a statement by Andrew Steer, President and CEO, World Resources Institute: “Today, in his second inaugural address, President Obama set a clear priority for America:

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Climate Change and Cities Book Launch

On October 21, we celebrated the New York book launch of Climate Change and Cities: First Assessment Report of the Urban Climate Change Research Network,

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Insight into the Food Movement, from Sustainable Development Center Team Member

In this commentary, Annie Moss, SD Center team member, considers what today’s growing “food movement” actually represents. Anyone with a finger on the cultural pulse

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The Food Movement and Social Change

Scientific American Draws on Shagun Mehrotra’s Research

Scientific American, founded in 1845 is the leading source and authority for science, technology information, and policy for a general audience.  In August 2011, Scientific

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Shagun Mehrotra Publishes in Nature—Leading Science Journal

Nature is the world’s most highly cited interdisciplinary science journal, according to the 2012 Journal Citation Reports Science Edition (Thomson Reuters, 2013). Its Impact Factor

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Image Credit : Oilver Munday in Nature, 2010 Image Credit : Oilver Munday in Nature, 2010