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News: Chemonics Setting Science-Based Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reduction Targets

January 31, 2023
2 Minute Read
Chemonics announces its commitment to set company-wide emission reductions in line with climate science with the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi).
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News: Chemonics Returns to Global Innovation Lab to Empower 1,000 Young Change-Makers to Save the Planet

December 15, 2022
3 Minute Read
Global development firm enables next-gen talents to develop and scale more than 200 sustainable, social, and environmental solutions that focus on achieving the UNs Sustainable Development Goals.
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High-Impact Partnerships for Closing the Gender Digital Divide

Estefania McPhaul | Sonia Jahangir Seth
November 4, 2022
5 Minute Read
If women were to fully participate in the economy identically to men, this would contribute $28 trillion (26 percent) to annual global GDP by 2025.
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Perspective: Our Energy Experts on the Inadequacy of Bangladesh’s Power Sector

Edward Hoyt
October 12, 2022
2 Minute Read
A countrywide blackout affecting Bangladesh brings to light major challenges in its power sector.
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Making Central Bank Digital Currencies Work for Development

Daniel Kim | Eugénie Lund-Simon
October 7, 2022
5 Minute Read
Digital currencies have the potential to make a lasting impact on global development by being more inclusive and secure.

Perspective: Marvie Javed on Climate Change and the Flooding in Pakistan

Marvie Javed
September 22, 2022
3 Minute Read
The catastrophic flooding in Pakistan demonstrates both the devastating consequences of climate change and how communities that are the least responsible for climate change can be most affected. Marvie Javed, a Lahore-based senior specialist at Chemonics, shares her perspective.
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It’s the Behaviours that Count

Cynthia Eldridge
August 17, 2022
3 Minute Read
A look at some of the guiding principles critical to health market facilitation
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Ecological Fiscal Transfers: Tying Ecological Indicators to Fiscal Policies

Alejandro López-Serrano
July 15, 2022
5 Minute Read
Ecological fiscal transfers compensate sub-national governments for their investments in nature.