An increasing number of studies show that, because of varying capacities due to gender inequalities, men and women are affected by, and respond to, climate change in different ways.
Studies & Presentations
Chinas diplomatic and economic presence in Africa has grown considerably in recent years.
Changes in the natural environment and agricultural systems induced by economic and industrial development, including population dynamics (growth, urbanization, migration), are major causes resulting in the persistence, emergence and re-emergence of infectious diseases in developing countries.
This study attempts to empirically investigate the determinants of foreign direct investment (FDI) and related factors on Association of the Southeast Asian Nations’s (ASEAN) poverty reduction, and focuses on spatial quantitative empirical evidence available on the ASEAN region.
Indoor air pollution, due to household solid fuel use, is responsible for a significant burden of disease in developing countries. Fuel choice is often associated with household income.