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Tag: Public Private Partnerships

Capstone vs. Capstone

As my time at the Harvard Kennedy School comes to a close, I had the opportunity to attend a lunchtime panel where the impending HKS graduates shared their experiences on their capstone presentations. It wasn’t a full-scale synopsis, as the purpose of the panel appeared to be to thank the Ash Center for providing travel… Read More ›

How Green was my… Refrigerator!?

Did you know that refrigerants are responsible for one-third of a super market’s carbon footprint? In my research, I recently came across an interesting refrigerant reducing policy called the GreenChill Partnership. In further stakeholder analysis of Public Private Partnerships, The Environmental Protection Agency works with supermarkets to encourage refrigerant emissions with the long-term goal of… Read More ›

Public – Private Stakeholders for Chinese Retirement

“By 2050, China’s elderly population is projected to reach over 450 million—over 33 percent of the total population. Reliance on the family network for elderly care is not sustainable in the long term, and my research explored alternative models of care.” ~Shannon Ding I came across this really interesting piece at the research center where… Read More ›