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Global Go To Think Tank Index (GGTTI) 2020 launched                    111,75 Think Tanks across the world ranked in different categories.                SDPI is ranked 90th among “Top Think Tanks Worldwide (non-US)”.           SDPI stands 11th among Top Think Tanks in South & South East Asia & the Pacific (excluding India).            SDPI notches 33rd position in “Best New Idea or Paradigm Developed by A Think Tank” category.                SDPI remains 42nd in “Best Quality Assurance and Integrity Policies and Procedure” category.              SDPI stands 49th in “Think Tank to Watch in 2020”.            SDPI gets 52nd position among “Best Independent Think Tanks”.                           SDPI becomes 63rd in “Best Advocacy Campaign” category.                   SDPI secures 60th position in “Best Institutional Collaboration Involving Two or More Think Tanks” category.                       SDPI obtains 64th position in “Best Use of Media (Print & Electronic)” category.               SDPI gains 66th position in “Top Environment Policy Tink Tanks” category.                SDPI achieves 76th position in “Think Tanks With Best External Relations/Public Engagement Program” category.                    SDPI notches 99th position in “Top Social Policy Think Tanks”.            SDPI wins 140th position among “Top Domestic Economic Policy Think Tanks”.               SDPI is placed among special non-ranked category of Think Tanks – “Best Policy and Institutional Response to COVID-19”.                                            Owing to COVID-19 outbreak, SDPI staff is working from home from 9am to 5pm five days a week. All our staff members are available on phone, email and/or any other digital/electronic modes of communication during our usual official hours. You can also find all our work related to COVID-19 in orange entries in our publications section below.    The Sustainable Development Policy Institute (SDPI) is pleased to announce its Twenty-third Sustainable Development Conference (SDC) from 14 – 17 December 2020 in Islamabad, Pakistan. The overarching theme of this year’s Conference is Sustainable Development in the Times of COVID-19. Read more…       FOOD SECIRITY DASHBOARD: On 4th Nov, SDPI has shared the first prototype of Food Security Dashboard with Dr Moeed Yousaf, the Special Assistant to Prime Minister on  National Security and Economic Outreach in the presence of stakeholders, including Ministry of National Food Security and Research. Provincial and district authorities attended the event in person or through zoom. The dashboard will help the government monitor and regulate the supply chain of essential food commodities.

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Published Date: Aug 18, 2015

Connecting The Dots: Linking Climate Change Resilience to Human Capital
Executive summary

From the perspective of human capital within the purview of climate change, this thematic review aims to assess the existing knowledge base on the risks and opportunities created by the interlinks between the two. There is a myriad of evidence on the deteriorating impact of climate change on human welfare in these regions, yet it also has the potential to introduce opportunities for a better future.

This review document is an output produced as part of a multi-country project, ‘Pathways to Resilience in Semi- Arid Economies’ (PRISE). The contextual focus of it is based on the semi-arid lands (SALs). ‘PRISE’ is a five-year project with the ambition of generating knowledge about climate-resilient and inclusive growth. Based on a development-first approach, it aims to engage stakeholders and researchers in identifying the prospects and challenges posed by climate variability that hinder the development process in semi-arid regions. The PRISE countries constitute Pakistan, Tajikistan, Burkina Faso, Senegal, Tanzania and Kenya. Lessons drawn from these target areas will then be generalised for SALs globally.