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Executive Perspectives

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18 Jun 2013

EXECUTIVE PERSPECTIVE: U.S. recycling not meeting industry demand: Here’s how to fix it

Today, the majority of U.S. recycling programs use outdated collection methods that discourage consumer participation, pose risks to collection workers and are too expensive.

14 Jun 2013

EXECUTIVE PERSPECTIVE: Linking agriculture and biodiversity can help feed the planet

Agricultural biodiversity is the basis of our life on Earth. It is also the basis of healthy and resilient ecosystems. Yet it is under threat.

12 Jun 2013

EXECUTIVE PERSPECTIVE: Tackling ASEAN’s competitiveness divide

Competitiveness will feature prominently in the programme of the 2013 World Economic Forum on East Asia, taking place this week in Nay Pyi Taw, Myanmar’s capital. And rightly so: competitiveness is a critical driver of both prosperity and integration.

11 Jun 2013

EXECUTIVE PERSPECTIVE: Creating a sustainable healthcare ecosystem in South-East Asia

In South-East Asia today, most countries face a difficult dilemma – Should limited resources be used to combat the rapid growth of non-communicable diseases (NCDs) that take such a terrible toll on human life and economic development, or should those resources go towards expanded efforts to reduce the debilitating effects of poverty?

10 Jun 2013

EXECUTIVE PERSPECTIVE: Smart cities are inclusive cities

Up to one-third of the world’s population will soon live in a migrant slum. It’s the greatest issue of our century, changing life as we know it.

7 Jun 2013

EXECUTIVE PERSPECTIVE: The perils of authoritarian overreach

By Chrystia Freeland | 6 June 2013 NEW YORK – The past week has been a lesson in the perils and the apparent inevitability of overreach. The most eye-catching example […]

6 Jun 2013

EXECUTIVE PERSPECTIVE: Invest in smallholder farmers

The economy of the Philippines grew 7.8% in the first quarter of this year, outperforming China and the rest of Asia.

4 Jun 2013

EXECUTIVE PERSPECTIVE: Getting the energy balance in Myanmar right

Myanmar’s re-emergence into the global economy presents policy-makers with a series of fundamental dilemmas.

4 Jun 2013

EXECUTIVE PERSPECTIVE: Four ways to help Myanmar’s rural poor

Today, about half of the world’s population is urban. This means that it is still nearly a half rural.

25 Apr 2013

EXECUTIVE PERSPECTIVE: Three questions for choosing a winning company

By Chad Holliday | 25 April 2013 (Editors Note: Mr. Holliday is the former Chairman and CEO of DuPont, and he serves on several corporate boards) How do you pick […]

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