Monthly Archives: November 2012

Sustainable Development in South Asia: Shaping the Future (11, 12, 13 December, 2012)

The Sustainable Development Policy Institute (SDPI) has organised fourteen Sustainable Development Conferences (SDCs) since the inception of the Institute in 1992. The SDC is a flagship event of the Institute that not only provides a forum for SDPI’s own research … Continue reading

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Greenhouse Gas Emissions & Climate Change

Total greenhouse gas emissions have risen from around 40 gigatonnes in 2000 to an estimated 50.1 gigatonnes in 2010 If the world does not act upon the climate change dilemma soon, emissions could rise to 58 gigatonnes (Gt) by 2020, … Continue reading

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Potential and Prospects of Pakistani Diaspora

If managed properly well to their potential, Pakistanis Diaspora abroad can help in the economic development of Pakistan. At the conference on “Potentials and Prospects of Pakistani Diaspora” organized by Islamabad Policy Research Institute (IPRI), in Islamabad, speaker say, Pakistani … Continue reading

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Changing Nature of War (Ejaz Haider’s lecture at QAU)

Sophisticated weapons and modern warfare might endanger humanity like never before, said columnist and Sustainable Development Policy Institute Senior Adviser Ejaz Haider on Wednesday. To Watch the lecture click here: http://www.sdpi.tv/play/index.php?cat=rc&id=380#.ULSJ2Wfla7s He was speaking as a guest lecturer at Quaid-i-Azam … Continue reading

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Aid Effectiveness in Pakistan

Clear development priorities, backed by a good accountability mechanism can improve effectiveness of the aid given to Pakistan. The report “Aid effectiveness in Pakistan: A citizen’s perspective,” launched by the Institute of Social and Policy Studies has examined aid effectiveness … Continue reading

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