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This High-Level panel at the UN Office at Geneva discusses the main findings and recommendations of the report, including the two potential models identified to build and support the UN investigative capacity.
For this special online event, the current President of Colombia joins Dean Ngaire Woods to discuss his new book Camino a Cero (The Road to Zero) on Colombia's journey toward carbon neutrality.
For faculty at schools of government, leadership, and public policy looking to develop the skills of case method teaching and to use cases to bring their research into the classroom.
Stefan Dercon speaks to David Pilling, Africa Editor of the FT, about his latest book Gambling on Development, which attempts to explain why some countries stay poor while others find a rapid path towards growth and development.
Thomas Hale argues in the Financial Times that carbon offsets are not necessarily a no-no, but companies must be transparent in how they use them.
Shahrukh Wani comments on Pakistan's flawed collection of urban property taxes.
Shahrukh Wani is a guests on PTV News, Pakistan’s public broadcaster, for an hour-long discussion on Pakistan’s economy (in Urdu).