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Shelter 2.0

The 10th annual GPPN Conference, hosted by the Sciences Po School of Public Affairs, featured students' solution oriented ideas and prototypes to address public policy challenges identified by the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). To participate, each GPPN member school carefully selected up to five student teams to present their projects and compete for the GPPN prize. The result: 32 teams from around the world met in Paris to showcase their ideas on how to solve some of the most pressing global challenges of today. According to the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDG), 3.5 billion people – half of humanity, live in cities today. By 2030, almost 60 percent of the world’s population

Recycling Slums the Right Way: Building on Participatory Slum Upgrading

The 10th annual GPPN Conference, hosted by the Sciences Po School of Public Affairs, featured students' solution oriented ideas and prototypes to address public policy challenges identified by the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). To participate, each GPPN member school carefully selected up to five student teams to present their projects and compete for the GPPN prize. The result: 32 teams from around the world met in Paris to showcase their ideas on how to solve some of the most pressing global challenges of today. Participatory Urban Planning using simple IT applications is one way to ensure the sustainability of the recycled slums by ensuring that the slums are re-designed in a wa

Oink Oink Bank: Access to Finance

The 10th annual GPPN Conference, hosted by the Sciences Po School of Public Affairs, featured students' solution oriented ideas and prototypes to address public policy challenges identified by the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). To participate, each GPPN member school carefully selected up to five student teams to present their projects and compete for the GPPN prize. The result: 32 teams from around the world met in Paris to showcase their ideas on how to solve some of the most pressing global challenges of today. Saving habits and levels can help people plan their future, increase their resilience to shocks and give them degrees of freedom not available through credits. Our soluti

Clean Cooking, Clean Living: A case study for rural India

The 10th annual GPPN Conference, hosted by the Sciences Po School of Public Affairs, featured students' solution oriented ideas and prototypes to address public policy challenges identified by the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). To participate, each GPPN member school carefully selected up to five student teams to present their projects and compete for the GPPN prize. The result: 32 teams from around the world met in Paris to showcase their ideas on how to solve some of the most pressing global challenges of today. As rural electrification is not a viable solution in the short term, it is necessary to envisage shifting the consumption away from fossil fuels such as coal biomass. We

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