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DRN 2015 Vol. XXXIII No. 1: Policy and Ethical Implications of the Water-Food-Energy Nexus

This issue of the Development Research News focuses on the significance of an integrated approach in analyzing problems and finding solutions--otherwise known as 'nexus thinking' which is rooted in the 'systems thinking' approach. The main feature, "Policy and ethical implications of the water-food-energy nexus", delves on the relevance of adopting a nexus approach in formulating policies that affect water, food, and energy resources. A feature also tackles insights on how the Philippines can take advantage of the ASEAN integration, specifically highlighting the need to further liberalize the services sector where the Philippines has a competitive advantage and attract more investments by improving the quality of infrastructure services. Articles about the National Greening Program, the K to 12, and the recognition given to the Institute as one of the world`s best think tanks in the recent 2014 Global Go To Think Tanks Report complete this quarter's issue.

Philippine Institute for Development Studies
Authors Keywords
Llanto, Gilberto M.; nexus approach; water-food-energy nexus; ASEAN Economic Community (AEC); ASEAN integration; regional integration; K to 12; National Greening Program (NGP);
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