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Sustainability

The existing paradigm of industrialization and urbanization is unsustainable. To find fundamental solutions, we study eight major threats against human sustainability: climate change, environmental pollution, resource depletion, population growth, ecological damage, financial crisis, war and terror threat and technology and marketing transformation.

[Global Future Dialogue ⑧: A Conversation with Professor Esther Duflo] Good Economics for Post-COVID-19 World

Anna Titenok (SD)| 2020.12.09

The growth is not important, per se. What is important is welfare. On December 2, Yeosijae hosted a webinar with MIT professor and co-winner of Nobel Prize in economics, Prof. Esther Duflo, to discuss...

Gearing up for the hydrogen era… South Korea to invest 800 billion won in hydrogen economy in 2021

Jung-Bae Kim (Research Associate)| 2020.11.05

Yeosijae IKEP Hydrogen Economy Seminar Hydrogen Economy and the Future of South Korea South Korea plans to establish itself as a hydrogen car and fuel cell powerhouse by 2040 ​ It is imperative that we build public...

Improving South Korea's approach to Urban Regeneration — Facilitating "private sector participation" in urban regeneration projects

Tae-Hee Lee (Associate Research Fellow, Construction and Economy Research Institute of Korea)| 2020.10.06

South Koreas approach to Urban Regeneration and its weaknesses Propelled by rapid industrialization, urban regions in South Korea grew by leaps and bounds over the last decades. Large cities, in particular, became...

Barriers prevent South Korean companies from joining RE100

Seung-Il Moon (Professor, Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering, Seoul National University)| 2020.09.18

Speedy reforms are needed to put South Koreas Green New Deal on track for success RE100 or 100% renewable electricity will determine business competitiveness Offshore wind farm in the southwest sea of...

Ranked 20th on the Global Startup Ecosystem Rankings – Why Seoul is trailing behind Shanghai, Tokyo, and Singapore

Byoung-Jo Chun (Distinguished Fellow · Former CEO & President of KB Securities)| 2020.08.31

Corporate giants need to collaborate with startups to create jobs Large-scale economic crises always threaten the neediest people. As expected, the global pandemic and subsequent economic downturn have taken a...

[Post-COVID-19 Era / Cities ①] Income Inequality: What makes Swaziland and New York the same

Dae-Sik Lee (Director of Urban Solution Department)| 2020.06.04

Changing the Course of Our Cities The Times Square in New York after the spread of COVID-19 (Source: Getty Images Korea / TBS) Since its inception, the Future Consensus Institute (Yeosijae) has...

Next civilized cities at the heart of the agenda for Asia

Jeongil Seo(SD)| 2019.11.08

Smart cities will also be unsustainable if we continue down the current trend Lets put next civilized cities at the heart of Asias agenda Yeosijae hosted an international forum in Beijing, China Yeosijae...

[ISSUE REPORT] 2019 FUTURE CONSENSUS DIALOGUE

Se-Hee Hwang| 2019.08.21

Project: 2019 FUTURE CONSENSUS DIALOGUE Document Type: Final Report Title: Sustainable Prosperity and Future of Korea-US-Japan Cooperation Writer: Se-Hee Hwang Yeosijae (Future Consensus...

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