Global Solutions Hub
Building forward better – the contribution of international cooperation to the urban responses to Covid-19
The Solution Session “Building forward better. The contribution of international cooperation to the urban responses to Covid-19” is the outcome of a virtual Dialogue series hosted by Global Solutions Initiative (GSI) and Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) over the course of several months. These Dialogues brought together 30 experts and practitioners from academia, private sector ... Read more
Press
Consumer policy after COVID-19: Fostering social cohesion requires an update to digital governance
This article is a pre-publication from the next issue of the Global Solutions Journal, which will be published in January 2021 on the occasion of the beginning of the Italian G20 Presidency The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the need for a new form of digital governance to support consumers around the world. Digital consumer policy ... Read more
Policy Brief
Covid-19 recovery: How the G20 can accelerate sustainable energy transitions in the power sector by supporting the private sector
Alexander Gard-Murray (Harvard University), Charles F. Kutscher (Renewable & Sustainable Energy Institute, University of Colorado), Chul Ju Kim (Asian Development Bank Institute (ADBI)), Jeffrey Logan (Renewable & Sustainable Energy Institute, University of Colorado), Mari Luomi (Independent expert), Nella Sri Hendriyetty (Asian Development Bank Institute), Robert T. McGrath (Renewable & Sustainable Energy Institute, University of Colorado), Tanzeed Alam (Earth Matters Consulting), Timothy C. Coburn (Renewable & Sustainable Energy Institute, University of Colorado), William Toor (Renewable & Sustainable Energy Institute, University of Colorado), Yong Jun Baek (Asian Development Bank Institute (ADBI))
Policy Brief
Quality infrastructure investment in the face of the Covid-19 crisis: Sustainability, profitability, and demand versus resilience
Naoyuki Yoshino (Financial Research Centre, FSA Institute), Nella Sri Hendriyetty (Asian Development Bank Institute)
Policy Brief
Assessing the wellbeing impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic and three policy types: Suppression, control, and uncontrolled spread
Alex Voorhoeve (London School of Economics and Political Science), James Hammitt (Harvard University), Maddalena Ferranna (Harvard School of Public Health), Marc Fleurbaey (Princeton University), Matthew Adler (Duke University), Richard Bradley (London School of Economics and Political Science)
Policy Brief
Reinvigorating multilateral cooperation during the Covid-19 crisis: The role of the G20
Dennis Görlich (Global Solutions Initiative; Head, Global Challenges Center, Kiel Institute for the World Economy), Juliane Stein-Zalai (Kiel Institute for the World Economy )
Policy Brief
Post-Covid-19 to 2030: Early childhood programs as pathway to sustainability in times of global uncertainty
Alejandra Cardini (CIPPEC), Claudia Costin (Center for Innovation and Excellence in Education Policies), Dwi Priyono (South East Asian Ministers of Education Organization / Regional Centre for Early Childhood Care, Education and Parenting (SEAMEO CECCEP)), Jennifer Guevara (Dublin City University, Early Childhood Research Centre), Lynette Okengo (AfECN, African Early Childhood Network), Mathias Urban (Dublin City University, Early Childhood Research Centre), Rita Flórez Romero (Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Grupo de Investigación Cognición y Lenguaje en la Infancia)

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