Equal Opportunity: Is it an Underestimated National Priority that Might Lead to a National Crisis?
Inequality is increasingly seen as a major social and economic threat to the viability of countries rich and poor. This article provides historical background and explains why a crisis might unfold unless more attention is paid to genuine Equal Opportunity.Read more
Communication in Times of National Crisis: The Role of Governments and Other Actors
Disasters come in many forms, and it is a key responsibility of government to manage them for the best outcomes for the common good. This article discusses the many aspects to disaster management that involved governments and other key players.Read more
Ensuring Government Crisis Responses Do Not Come at the Expense of Human Rights
Responding to Covid-19 has seen governments around the world impose unprecedented restrictions on their citizens. This article stresses the importance of ensuring governments do not overreach their powers, and abuse their authority at their citizens’ expense.Read more
Second Issue- Climate Change
In the second issue of the AIB Review, we explore the impacts of Climate Change across a broad range of industries and frameworks.Read more
Why Can’t We Pivot for Climate Change? Understanding the Traps of Climate Change Inaction.
The global response towards climate change has been relatively slow. This article lays out the traps that are stopping us pivot for climate change.Read more
‘You Broke It, You Fix It’ – The Pro-Environmental Behaviours of Individuals and Households.
Individuals and households contribute largely to carbon footprint. This article showcases the environmental benefits of “you broke it, you fix it.”Read more
Climate Change: The Black Elephant in the Airline Cabin
This article focuses on climate change will impact air travel, based on what is already established about how the environment is changing.Read more
Climate Change Policy Initiatives Gone Wrong: The Cobra Effect
This article touches on ‘The Cobra Effect’- an attempt solution to a problem making the problem worse, speaking to climate change policies.Read more