Rise of China as economic neo-colonial power, and the case of India being one of the colonies.

China today is the biggest trade partner for over 100 countries. And, it’s not a coincidence. Chinese policies have helped them overtake global trade and today China lords over global trade as the undisputed king. [...]

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March 1st, 2021

EnergyGreen HydrogenhydrogenSustainability

Everything you need to know about the role of Hydrogen in future of energy

Learn everything there is about Green Hydrogen & Blue Hydrogen, and future of energy. This is your Hydrogen primer. [...]

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EnergyGreen HydrogenhydrogenSustainability

Everything you need to know about the role of Hydrogen in future of energy

Learn everything there is about Green Hydrogen & Blue Hydrogen, and future of energy. This is your Hydrogen primer. [...]

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coaleconomyEnergyinvestmentsSustainability

“Dirty Thirty” of the Coal industry take investments in coal beyond $1 Trillion in 2021

A look at the Coal Industry, it's financiers and how even after the Paris agreement investments in Coal Industry have not slowed. [...]

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How man-made decisions made Jakarta the fastest “Sinking City” in the world

Global supply chain interruptions, closed borders, and trade conflicts raise the specter of nations turning inward and disconnecting from one another. But Princeton’s Harold James thinks Covid-19 may well push us all closer. [...]

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GlobalisationOur World in DataWorld Economy

2 Charts Proving That Productivity Drives Nations’ Economic Growth

  “Productivity is being able to do things that you were never able to do before.” Franz Kafka, writer   Productivity of Nations – Output over time This visualisation shows global labor productivity per hour. Switching to the map view shows the large differences between countries.   Growth rate of real GDP per employed person By [...]

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Renewable EnergySolar PVSustainability

Renewable Energy: Common Myths Debunked

Common assumptions about the green energy transition are fast becoming outdated. This new energy system, which is already being built, will benefit the planet and future generations – and the sooner we lay the myths to rest, the better. [...]

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EnvironmentSustainability

Let’s Make Peace With Our Planet in 2021

Even if we declare a truce today and start to live more sustainably, it will take decades, if not centuries, for Earth to recover. [...]

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Winners in post Covid-19 world economy & rise of Globalisation 4.0

A look at changes in Global Value Chains in post Covid-19 economic landscape and birth of Globalisation 4.0. Which countries could be potential winners, and what could prevent them in doing so. [...]

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Our GlobeRaw MaterialSustainabilityWaste Management

The Quickening Pace of Global Metabolism

Closed borders, trade conflicts and supply-chain problems raise the specter of nations turning inward and disconnecting from one another. [...]

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Amazone-commerceGlobalisationSuccess Stories

How Bezos and Amazon changed the world

Today, Amazon is the third-most valuable U.S. company with a market cap of around US$1.7 trillion, greater than the GDP of all but a dozen or so countries. [...]

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ChinaGlobalisation

Is China the New Champion of Globalization?

Can China credibly profess the virtues of globalization to achieve harmony and balance in an international system if it doesn’t adhere to international law? [...]

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Covid 19GlobalisationWorld Economy

The $4 trillion economic cost of not vaccinating the entire world

If, by end 2021, wealthier nations are fully vaccinated & developing countries manage to vaccinate only half of their populations, the global economic loss would amount to US$4 trillion. [...]

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GlobalisationHistory

How the Globalisation started almost 1,000 years ago!

The allure of novel goods led to 1,000 years of trade and interactions among people from different places, in what is now known as globalization [...]

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Circular Economye-WasteSustainability

Indonesia can earn US$14 billion from e-waste in 2040

Potential of e-waste recycling in Indonesia, the fourth-most-populous country and one of the largest electronics consumers in the world. [...]

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Covid 19GlobalisationQ&A

How Covid-19 pandemic could globalize the economy even more, not less!

Global supply chain interruptions, closed borders, and trade conflicts raise the specter of nations turning inward and disconnecting from one another. But Princeton’s Harold James thinks Covid-19 may well push us all closer. [...]

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