Loss due to landslides increased by 147% compared to average in the past 20 years
The organised sector must consider how much can the unorganised sector be run down without hurting its own interest.
Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) will reduce global annual GDP by 3.8% by 2050, the World Health Organisation (WHO) said on Friday and added that it could push 24 million more people into extreme poverty.
A study finds that while MGNREGA had a positive impact on the lives of the poor during COVID-19, there is an imminent need to expand its budget, increase accountability, and make timely wage payments.
Over the next few years, India is going to decommission thermal power plants and dispose of coal mines on a large scale.
Developing countries falling into default would be catastrophic and delay climate action, UN development chief warns
If nothing is done, Africa’s economic growth will be stunted by climate shocks, creating a poverty trap for millions of citizens.
As Cop27 discusses climate finance, report says continent’s GDP growth could fall by two-thirds this century
Economic slowdowns and rising inflation have increased demands on spending, making it almost impossible for many governments to pay back the money they owe.
Researchers examining data going back to 1990s find global south has borne brunt despite causing least emissions