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    New Ventures China Investor Forum: Green Growth Generating New Opportunities

    This piece originally appeared on the New Ventures website. It was written with New Ventures intern Kevin Short.

    The 2011 New Ventures China Investor Forum showcased the potential of environmental entrepreneurship on a larger scale than any previous forum in the program’s eight years of operations in China.

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    Between Populism and Price Increases: Who Will Pay for the Cost of Renewable Energy?

    As feed-in tariffs gain traction as a policy mechanism of choice, we must keep in mind the bigger picture of the financial health of developing country electricity sectors.

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    Grounding Green Power

    Bottom-Up Perspectives on Smart Renewable Energy Policy in Developing Countries

    This working paper identifies key components of smart renewable
    energy policy in developing countries, focusing on
    the power sector. It also provides recommendations
    for maximizing the effectiveness of international
    support for deployment of renewable energies,
    ...

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    Adapting to Climate Change In Bangladesh

    Floating gardens, raised homes, and reflections from the field.

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    Q&A: What is a "Green Economy?"

    The global recession has brought new attention to chronic structural flaws in current economic models and assumptions. As economies struggle to recover, many are taking a closer look at the broad concept of a "Green Economy," one that simultaneously promotes sustainability and economic growth What would this type of economy look like, and how could we get there? WRI Managing Director Manish Bapna responds to some of the most commonly-asked questions:

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    Clean Power to the People

    Bringing clean energy to India's rural poor consumers creates cascading economic and social benefits, in addition to profits.

    This piece originally appeared in The Economic Times (India).

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    Towards a Climate Safe Common Future

    The two defining challenges of this century are climate change and poverty. Our challenge is to find a way to deal with both, at the same time.

    This piece originally appeared on the World Resources Report website.

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New Ventures China Investor Forum: Green Growth Generating New Opportunities

This piece originally appeared on the New Ventures website. It was written with New Ventures intern Kevin Short.

The 2011 New Ventures China Investor Forum showcased the potential of environmental entrepreneurship on a larger scale than any previous forum in the program’s eight years of operations in China.

Share

Between Populism and Price Increases: Who Will Pay for the Cost of Renewable Energy?

As feed-in tariffs gain traction as a policy mechanism of choice, we must keep in mind the bigger picture of the financial health of developing country electricity sectors.

Share

Grounding Green Power

Bottom-Up Perspectives on Smart Renewable Energy Policy in Developing Countries

This working paper identifies key components of smart renewable
energy policy in developing countries, focusing on
the power sector. It also provides recommendations
for maximizing the effectiveness of international
support for deployment of renewable energies,
...

Adapting to Climate Change In Bangladesh

Floating gardens, raised homes, and reflections from the field.

Share

Q&A: What is a "Green Economy?"

The global recession has brought new attention to chronic structural flaws in current economic models and assumptions. As economies struggle to recover, many are taking a closer look at the broad concept of a "Green Economy," one that simultaneously promotes sustainability and economic growth What would this type of economy look like, and how could we get there? WRI Managing Director Manish Bapna responds to some of the most commonly-asked questions:

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Clean Power to the People

Bringing clean energy to India's rural poor consumers creates cascading economic and social benefits, in addition to profits.

This piece originally appeared in The Economic Times (India).

Share

Towards a Climate Safe Common Future

The two defining challenges of this century are climate change and poverty. Our challenge is to find a way to deal with both, at the same time.

This piece originally appeared on the World Resources Report website.

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