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RE&D staff member writes 'Black dust and bicycles'

RE&D staff member Dr. Kuntala Lahiri-Dutt’s article discusses India's increasing reliance on coal mines and the development and growth of a new coal economy powered by bicycles.

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RE&D staff member writes 'Black dust and bicycles'

RE&D Staff 'Going for Gold'

RE&D Staff members Kuntala Lahiri-Dutt and Keith Barney are the recipients of a government grant to examine safer ways to gold mine in South and Southeast Asia. The project seeks to help reduce risks and improve the livelihoods of gold mining communities as well as protect the environment.(Photo by -cavin-)

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RE&D Staff 'Going for Gold'

RE&D staff awarded ARC funding

Congratulations to RE&D staff members Sango Mahanty, Kuntala Lahiri-Dutt, and John McCarthy who have all been successful in receiving ARC grant funding in support of their diverse and innovative research projects.

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RE&D staff awarded ARC funding

RE&D staff publish "Beyond GDP: Measuring and achieving global genuine progress"

RE&D staff members Ida Kubiszewski and Robert Costanza publish an article in ‘Ecological Economics’ as part of an international team measuring genuine global progress.

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RE&D staff publish

RE&D staff discuss the trend towards online courses in Solutions Journal

RE&D staff members Ida Kubiszewski and Robert Costanza along with Crawford School Director Tom Kompas discuss how the expanding availability of online courses could change higher education in this article for The Solutions Journal.

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RE&D staff discuss the trend towards online courses in Solutions Journal

Welcome to RE&D

The Resources, Environment & Development group brings together staff from the Environment and Development Program and the Resources Management in Asia-Pacific Program. It carries out research and teaching activities focused on the social and economic aspects of environmental and resource management in the countries of the Asia-Pacific region. RE&D brings together a group of leading academics from a range of disciplinary backgrounds such as anthropology, ecology, economics, and geography.

Their research encompasses a wide rage of topics such as agricultural transformation processes, biodiversity conservation policies, climate change policy and economics, environmental governance and policies, ecosystem services assessment and planning, forest policy and economics, gender and the environment, local knowledge and common property management, social and economic sustainability of extractive industries, water policy.

RE&D staff teach into three degree programs:

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