On an even broader scale, a plant-based economic approach could save billions of dollars for countries around the world. Evidence shows that people can be healthy and thrive without eating or using animal products. Read my latest Op-Ed on WEF.
It’s that time of the year again when most people start making resolutions for the New Year. For many, it’s an excuse to put off the inevitable for a few more days or weeks, as they revel in the year-end bubble.
Every recession is followed by an escalating recovery and boom time. Each time, the economy bounces back better. The trick is to remember that putting up walls between economies is merely delaying the inevitable. It builds up pressure and creates more pressure points. Read my comments in IB Times.
We cannot afford to tolerate the enormous yet preventable waste of human capital caused by gender inequality, says one observer. Read my Op-Ed on gender inequality.