Disruptive innovation for climate change adaptation in developing countries


Disruptive innovation for climate change adaptation in developing countries By Ganesh Rasagam Developing countries have a steep price to pay on climate change if corrective measures such as disruptive entrepreneurship aren’t encouraged. “A recent University of East Anglia study concludes that those living in the poorest countries will suffer the worst effects of climate change ...
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