Bipasha Baruah is the Canada Research Chair in Global Women’s Issues, and associate professor of women’s studies and feminist research at Western University, Canada. Dr.
Dr. Shlomo (Solly) Angel leads the NYU Urban Expansion Program.
The presentation focuses on how community driven city-wide slum upgrading and housing development is an important process in solving urban poverty, slums growth, illegal squatting, inequality and unhealthy living conditions on a big scale.
During the Millennium Development Goal initiative, substantial gains were made in the extension of water supply and sanitation services to urban households in developing countries.
For the first time in the history of Homo sapiens, we are primarily an urban species: more than half of us live in towns or cities. By 2050, the world’s urban population will swell by almost 3 billion.
Renewable Inequity? Women's Employment in Clean Energy in Industrialized, Emerging and Developing Economies. Presentation by Bipasha Baruah of Western University presented at WRI Ross Center for Sustainable Cities during a World Resources Report Cities Research Seminar Series.
Martin Ravallion, Edmond D. Villani Chair of Economics at Georgetown University, talks about growth, urbanization, and poverty.
Martin Ravallion, Edmond D. Villani Chair of Economics at Georgetown University, talks about Growth, Urbanization and Poverty Reduction in India as part of the WRI Cities Research Seminar Series, February 11, 2016.
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