Institute for International Economic Policy
Sustainable Development Forum
Sustainable Development is emerging as the defining challenge of our generation, and it will critically require a new kind of interaction between policy and research. The Sustainable Development Forum is a series of talks by leaders in academia and in policy which will attempt to set the research agenda for sustainable development following the Rio +20 conference.
What will sustainable development entail? What are the most crucial questions we need to be asking? How should academia go about searching for answers that will actually inform real action and policy changes?
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The Global Food Challenge
March 18, 2013
- Shenggen Fan, Director General, International Food Policy Research Institute
The Research Agenda for Sustainable Development
December 3, 2012
Grand Challenges for Sustainability Science
September 12, 2012
- William Clark, Professor of International Science, Public Policy and Human Development, Harvard University; Co-director of the Sustainability Science Program, John F. Kennedy School of Government