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Aug 7, 2020

South Korea's Green Growth program success has been an inspiration for dozens of countries around the world, who have worked with World Bank to replicate its lessons.

Eun Joo Yi, World Bank manager of the Korea Green Growth Trust Fund (KGGTF) share with us the reasons for taking a stand on sustainable development, the...

Jul 24, 2020

"Powering life today and tomorrow" is the Guernsey Electricity motto. Such a simple phrase encapsulates the ethos of sustainable development - to enable wellbeing and life on the planet while leaving the conditions fit-for-purpose for them to thrive in the future.

While energy underpins the rise of human civilisations,...

Jul 3, 2020

The episode is an attempt to deep-dive into food systems and regenerative agriculture. Very quickly, we learn that defining "regenerative agriculture" and "sustainable food systems" is not an easy task or a black and white answer.

For India, sustainable food systems are those that help "build communities while...

Jun 12, 2020

Economic theory and modelling are all-pervasive in our modern life. We explore the fallacies behind modelling assumptions and talk about "first principles" that one could use to design models for post Covid-19 recovery.

We discuss the heavy reliance of island communities like Guernsey and Jersey on the State, given that...

May 29, 2020

Up to a third(1) of all food produced is wasted in the process of food growth, harvest, supply chain, binning by supermarkets and household waste. If only a fraction of this "wasted" food was salvaged it would be enough to eliminate hunger and malnutrition.

As our population keeps growing and land use changing to...