Although one can fly direct from Washington DC to New Delhi in just over 14 hours and there are some similarities, the differences between the two cities and their political realities is striking.
As a result of increased urbanization millions of buildings will need to be built creating an opportunity to build them along environmental principles such as those displayed int he retrofit of the Empire State Building.
A switch to electric vehicles will transform the energy grid, improve the livability of cities, slow climate change and also have geo-political implications as well as potentially improving China’s global position in the industrial landscape.
Singapore is simply amazing for what it has accomplished, what it is today, and the model of future prosperity and harmony it offers for South East Asia. Its prosperity has however come at a political cost which raises a question about what its example means for the rest of the region.
MBA students bring their sense of possibility combined with faith in themselves, new technology and business models to the Sustainable Development Goals in this years Doing Good Doing Well Conference