Gautam Jindal –
As the deadline for each nation to submit its intended climate plan to the United Nations looms, India has the chance to position itself as a progressive stakeholder by making an ambitious pledge contingent on international finance, says Energy Studies Institute's Gautam Jindal.
Michael Meehan –
Following the World Economic Forum's Annual Meeting of the New Champions in China, GRI chief executive Michael Meehan reflects on how trust and transparency can ease China's market turmoil.
and Nguyen Chu Hoi –
Much attention has been paid to the geopolitical impact of China's activities in the South China Sea. But the environmental impact of this development also bordres on the catastropic, say researchers James Borton and Nguyen Chu Hoi.
India’s competitive advantages in the new global economy are well known, but true social progress will also involve addressing the negative impacts of rapid urbanisation, say Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy's Asit Biswas and Kris Hartley.
Asia has enormous transportation investment needs, but in order to reduce poverty, drive economic growth and improve people's lives, transport projects have to be sustainable, says Asian Development Bank transport sector leader Tyrrell Duncan.
As China grows, it needs a concerted effort to promote a new industrial base and a shift away from a fossil fuel-intensive heavy industry toward a low-carbon model, says ADB vice president Stephen Groff.
In early March 2014, China's important yearly political consultation began, followed by the annual parliamentary sessions, known as Lianghui. Timed to coincide with these sessions, this new briefing interprets outcomes ...
This white paper released by Solidiance about "Electric Vehicles in China" comprehensively explores the current condition of this industry and explains the possible reasons behind its growth which seems to ...