• LEVER » Projects » Framework

    The project seeks to be a catalyst that connects sustainable urban development to rural economic growth regionally and nationally. Framework is supported by a 1.5 million dollar award from the US Tall Wood Building Prize Competition to offset the costs of testing and peer review necessary to pursue a performance-based project beyond what is permitted in current building …

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  • Technology and Innovation Report 2021

    A 2021 v CA AVES Innovation with eit PREFACE The Technology and Innovation Report 2021 critically examines the possibility of frontier technologies such as AI, robotics and gene-editing widening existing inequalities and creating new ones. The debate about

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  • COVID-19: Impact analysis and recommendations for power sector …

     · 1. Introduction The driving force of the economy is energy. Energy, economy, business, development and growth all are primarily dependent on public demand, capacity and affordability. Public health and safety are the primary variances to maintain the demand as ...

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  • The History of the United States as the History of Capitalism

     · Jonathan Levy''s Ages of Capitalism, one of the first large-scale and synthetic works to pull together much of the new interest and interpretive …

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  • x8054e

    Power output ranges from 200 W for a donkey to over 500 W for a buffalo, and daily working hours range from 4 hours for a donkey up to 10 hours for a horse. There are limitations on the performance of animals, especially at times when they are needed most in the dry season with feed, grazing and water in short supply.

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  • Holcim, industry experts in building materials

    Holcim builds progress for people and the planet.As a global leader in innovative and sustainable building solutions, Holcim is enabling greener cities, smarter infrastructure and improving living standards around the world.With sustainability at the core of its strategy Holcim is becoming a net zero company, with its people and communities at the heart of its success.

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  • 10 Examples of Circular Economy Solutions

     · We have gathered 10 examples of Circular Economy solutions that through practical cases illustrate how circular business models prove to be a sound business strategy that facilitates access to new markets, drives innovative solutions and saves production costs. 1: Kalundborg Symbiosis – the world''s first working industrial symbiosis.

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  • Rural Development invests $845k in grants for climate-smart …

     · Rural Development invests $845k in grants for climate-smart infrastructure. The USDA has announced an $845,519 investment in West ia to reduce the impacts of climate change on rural ...

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  • rural banking is 45: the impact and achievements

     · On July 9, 1976, the first rural bank was born at Agona Nyakrom, a farming community in the Central Region. This implies that the sector is 45 years old. A year after the establishment of Nyakrom Rural Bank, a second rural bank was set up in Briwa, a fishing community also in the Central Region. After these two rural banks, several others were ...

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  • KVIC''s Project BOLD Reaches Leh-Ladakh; to Protect Land Degradation & Support Local Economy

     · The development comes three days after the Indian Army planted 20 special bamboo saplings at its compound in Leh which were gifted by KVIC. Bamboo saplings have been planted under Project BOLD (Bamboo Oasis on Lands in Drought) of KVIC which is aligned with the Prime Minister''s call for preventing desertification, protecting land and environment …

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  • Issues

    Dig deeper and explore the issues driving extreme poverty. Three quarters of the world''s poorest and most undernourished people live in rural areas in developing countries. Most of these women and men depend on small-scale agriculture for their livelihoods.

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  • Overcoming binding constraints to manufacturing

     · Overcoming binding constraints to manufacturing. A recent review of the economy by the President of the African Development Bank, Akinwunmi Adesina, reminds stakeholders once more of the poor ...

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  • Digital push for small traders | The Star

     · He said 873 existing PEDi would be upgraded to one-stop centres for rural digital economic activities, 37 new PEDi will be opened in the first quarter of 2022, and another 173 by the end of next ...

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  • Column: Inhumane, Unsustainable Megacities Aren''t the Future | Time

     · Rural economies live off small business, but a hollowed-out economy and greater competition from national and global firms run them out of business. A lack of local economic vibrancy encourages ...

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  • Farmers receive 8 000t seed, fertiliser | The Herald

     · Farmers receive 8 000t seed, fertiliser. Farmers have received more than 8 000 tonnes of seed and 37 800 tonnes of fertiliser under the Climate-Proofed Presidential Inputs Scheme popularly known ...

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  • GSMA | GSMA Mobile for Development

    The Mobile for Development team drives innovation in digital technology to reduce inequalities in our world. Singularly positioned at the intersection of the mobile ecosystem and the development sector, we stimulate digital innovation to deliver both sustainable business and large-scale socio-economic impact for the underserved.

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  • Anthropogenic emissions and urbanization increase risk of compound …

     · Specifically, for urban/rural areas in each 5 × 5 grid, we calculated the decadal-mean frequency (for example, 2005–2014 for the 2010s, 2015–2024 for the 2020 s and so on) of compound hot ...

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  • POLICY BRIEF sustainable means of moving to a brighter future

    6 FAO: Decent rural employment for food security: A case for action (Rome, 2012).7 It is estimated that the urban population in developing countries will increase from 2.7 billion in 2011 to 5.1 billion by 2050 (UN DESA: World Urbanization Prospects: The …

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  • Bio-based chemicals a 2020 update final

    Bio-Based Chemicals A 2020 Update This report was issued on behalf of IEA Bioenergy Task 42 biorefining in a Circular Economy. It addresses the main biobased chemicals that could potentially be co-produced with secondary energy carriers in integrated

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  • China E-Retail Market Report 2016

    China E-Retail Market Report 2016 | Abstract 1 Abstract The era of consumer-led marketing is upcoming In the Internet age, the era of consumer-led marketing has begun as China''s retailing market is changing into buyer market from seller market. Current

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  • United Nations in Afghanistan

    More than half of all children under age 5 were likely to face acute malnutrition. Over 1,600 civilians were killed and more than 3,000 injured in the first half of the year. Since 15 August, things have only gotten worse. Here are nine facts you need to know about the situation in Afghanistan now. 1.

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  • The Sustainable Development Goals in Yemen

    New York – A new United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) report projects that war-torn Yemen, currently among the poorest countries in the world, can end extreme poverty within a single generation, by 2047 – provided that the conflict devastating the country for the last six years ends now.

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  • World Bank Document

    Figure 1 Economic density is dominant in Java xi Figure 2. 1 Compound annual growth urbanization rate 1970-2010 9 Figure 2. 2 Urban and rural population, 1970-2010 1 0 Figure 2. 4 Poverty ratio versus GRDP per capita for districts in metropolitan 31

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  • Sugarcane Production and Development of Sugar Industry in India …

     · The Indian sugar industry, second largest in the world, is a key driver of rural development, supporting India''s economic growth. The industry is inherently inclusive supporting over 6 million farmers and their families, along with workers and entrepreneurs of over 550 sugar mills, apart from a host of wholesalers and distributors spread across the country. …

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  • Soy planting nearly complete in Brazil | Farm Progress

     · The Department of Rural Economy of Paraná (Deral), reported that 83% of crops are in good condition, 15% in average condition and 2% poor, with 1% of the areas in germination, 55% in vegetative growth, 35% in flowering and 9% in grain filling. Exports increase

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  • The Causes and Consequences of the Informal Settlements in …

    many developing countries. (Srivinas 2005, Todaro 1994). Like many developing countries, Zanzibar (which is part of the United Republic of Tanzania) has been experiencing the demographic phenomenon of urbanization which is one of the driving forces for the

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  • United Kingdom

    United Kingdom - United Kingdom - Economy: The United Kingdom has a fiercely independent, developed, and international trading economy that was at the forefront of the 19th-century Industrial Revolution. The country emerged from World War II as a military victor but with a debilitated manufacturing sector. Postwar recovery was relatively slow, and it took nearly 40 …

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  • Comoros Overview: Development news, research, data | World Bank

     · Economic Overview. While the spread of the virus in the Comoros seems to be contained so far, economic activity has strongly slowed. Prior to the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic, the Comoros was still recovering from Cyclone Kenneth (April 2019), with gross domestic product (GDP) growth having fallen to 1.9% in 2019 as a result, from 3.6% in 2018.

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