Could Putting a Value on Nature Transform U.S. Policymaking?

Famous for its golden beaches, clear waters and unusual flora and fauna, Hawaii is full of natural riches. For the past year, researchers have been asking whether putting an economic value on nature could help protect the islands’ unique environment. Ecological economist Kirsten L.L. Oleson and her research assistants have been combing through and standardizing […]

Why Nuclear Power Plants Are Not Suitable for Sri Lanka

Recent articles in the local press have publicized the government’s plans for the introduction of nuclear power plants to Sri Lanka with Russian support. A similar decision was taken way back in 2010 by the then President to bring nuclear power plants to Sri Lanka from South Korea. By Professor I.M Dharmadasa, Sheffield Hallam University, […]