Thought Leadership Series

Honey I blew up the Inflation 

  “The war in Ukraine, lockdowns in China, supply-chain disruptions, and the risk of stagflation are hammering growth. For many countries, recession will be hard to avoid,” said World Bank President David Malpass.   Honey I blew up the Inflation  The recent surge in global inflation is reminiscent of the Hollywood sci-fi hit Honey I blew up the Kids. Putting aside the

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Understanding Biodiversity

This educational read shares a holistic overview of the Biodiversity Ecosystem. The report shares an overview of the biodiversity sector. Answers questions as to why the persevering biodiversity sector is key to a more equitable future and its impact on the society observed through the financial industry. Talks about sustainable finance, tools, metrics used to measure the effects of human interaction

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Episode 24: Nishant Malhotra recaps 2021 A Social Impact Special Feature

This is a special feature on 2021, kickstarts the first podcast on Social Impact Update from The middle Road. Do refer to the add on educational publication following this podcast. This is going to be a regular feature from The middle Road. First a bit about The middle Road platform. Inspired by the seventeen sustainable development goals, and keeping the

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Special on Theory of Change with Dr. Helene Clark

Theory of change is a dynamic, critical thinking process, it makes the initiative clear and transparent – it underpins strategic planning. It is developed in a participatory way over time, following a logical structure that is rigorous and specific, and that can meet a quality test by the stakeholder. The terminology is not important, it is about buying into the

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Mangrove Action Project Enabling Biodiversity

# Mangrove Action Project Enabling Biodiversity  The age of industrialization has brought colossal damage to Planet Earth. As the war cry for Climate Change gains momentum, the societal destruction and negative externalities associated with the Biodiversity crisis are often overlooked. According to WWF, around a million animal and plant species face extinction, causing natural imbalances within our habitat. The eradication

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Antiviral Program for Pandemics & IMF

This publication discusses the recent Antiviral Program for Pandemics, its implication for the world, IMF and some of its initiatives  in Africa along with a note and video on Special Drawing Rights. # Antiviral Program for Pandemics (AAP)  President Biden plans to invest $3.2 billion from American Rescue Plan as a part of anti-viral development strategy to build cutting edge

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COVID-19 What did we learn?

   The pandemic is pushing millions of people into poverty, increasing the unemployment rate apart from the unmeasurable mental trauma of suffering and losing loved ones. More than 3.3 million people have died of COVID-19, with unofficial figures much higher. This publication includes a detailed analysis of data from various countries to compare how selected nations fared comparatively in

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Venerable Xuanzang: – For Wisdom Look East

  Venerable Xuanzang: – For Wisdom Look East publication reboots the history section under Art & Culture. They are written with a mix of fiction and fact with Ven. Xuanzang as the protagonist, the publication looks at civilizations, wisdom, and learnings from history for a better tomorrow. The read works on qualities that stand the test of time without any religious

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I love Rock N Roll

# Love For The Common People  The first significant publication on music outlines its role in enabling social change and impact. Music remains a key factor in integrating art and culture within civilizations, enabling a systemic social change and impact in the global ecosystem. The publication is, at best, an attempt to understand how various facets of music facilitate social

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