Tag: analysis

Rob Goodier

Five Questions With Mark Abbott: Critically Thinking the New Graduate Attributes Framework

August 12, 2021

While the International Engineering Alliance was nearing completion of its historic revision to the engineering education standards, the Graduate...

Pallavi Bharadwaj

Nine Myths to Dispel About Global Water, Sanitation and Hygiene

September 11, 2020

In these uncertain times, it can be difficult to determine what is true and what is not. This includes...

Rob Goodier

Engineers Are Not Ending Poverty. Time for a Change?

December 19, 2019

Engineers have designed and deployed appropriate technologies that solve the problems of global poverty, but poverty persists. The abundance...

Riley Mulhern

Are one-size-fits-all metrics for global WASH really appropriate?

December 5, 2018

If you’ve ever wondered where global WASH statistics come from, you’re not alone. For example: In 2015, 844 million...

Darine Ameyed

How ICT Can Accelerate Implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals

November 7, 2018

Darine Ameyed analyzes a class of technology that was prominent in global development discussions at the International Conference on Sustainable...

Aneri Pradhan

Race Matters when Achieving Universal Energy Access

October 28, 2018

A workshop was held in Kampala, Uganda to announce a new fund for energy access entrepreneurs. Approximately 50 excited...

Jessica Pothering

Investment Trends: Social Ventures Follow the Money Trail in Emerging Economies

October 23, 2018

Investors have turned their attention and opened their checkbooks to social startups working in developing countries and underserved communities....

The Conversation

Far-Sighted Adaptation to Rising Seas Is Blocked by Just Fixing Eroded Beaches

September 6, 2018

Editor’s note: Following this analysis of erosion at US beaches, please see a discussion of the challenge as it...

Vineet Abhishek

Bicycles and Pedestrians Are Key to Easing Congestion on Mumbai’s Suburban Trains

August 28, 2018

Nearly 3000 train services carry 8 million passengers daily through Mumbai, India’s financial capital. Suburban trains are chronically overcrowded,...

Peter Kyeyune

Technological Innovation Is Key to Africa’s Sustainable Economic Development

July 26, 2018

African innovation in technology has to grow considerably and address long-term economic value if it is to compete in...


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