by Incomesco
Sustainable Development Goals

Inclusive Development: Deed or Greed !

Development or Greed!  Development seems like a buzz word, which is a never-ending myth. There is no single and a unanimous definition and has a vague meaning from personal development to physical infrastructure. Indeed, the meaning of development may  vary as per the needs and preferences of societies and individuals. Besides, the approach of development is an important path which is based on theory or practises to achieve the best possible objectives. However,… Continue reading Inclusive Development: Deed or Greed !

Finance, food security

Food of the world: 10 years from today

BY Adhip Wagle The world as we know today is changing at a rapid rate and current human capabilities combined with recent technological advances make it possible for new ground-breaking ideas and creations to come to life every hour of the day. However, the food sector is one area of change that doesn’t get as… Continue reading Food of the world: 10 years from today

Environment, food security, My Literature, Poetry

A City | Poetry

Creating awareness from the poetry on the food system, humanity and nature The stags were sleeping with their wife  With an innocent infant baby But a city seeker A so-called creator Suddenly came and shot them all To make the most beautiful city! Thousands of stags were killed to create a city   Oh!  Creator!?… Continue reading A City | Poetry

Environment, food policy,, food security, Humanity, opinion

A painful story of megacities

WW Rostow is a pioneer of stages of economic growth and modern development approach that is also known as a modernisation approach. The well-known Rostow's five stages of growth are explained in terms of traditional society, transition, take-off, maturity and mass consumption. In today's unequally divided society, a big chunk of the global population are struggling… Continue reading A painful story of megacities

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food policy,, food security

Safe space

The population growth is unlimited but the capacity of the earth to sustain its services is limited. Due to increasing human activities on land, water, air and overall environment; a severe stress on ecosystem has surfaced since the 1950s. Four of nine planetary boundaries (environmental limits within which humanity can safely operate) have now been… Continue reading Safe space

Environment, Housing, Natural disaster

The purpose of making home

Its been snowing for four-five days that makes life harder in the UK. The almighty nature is powerful, no one can change its rule and direction using a power of gun or resolutions however loss can be mitigated by making system disaster resilient. Man can feel safe when entering the house from the snowy days.… Continue reading The purpose of making home