With an economy largely dependent upon tourism, the current Coronavirus crisis has left Georgia particularly vulnerable. But can it use its stunning nature and boutique experiences to bounce back?
The COVID-19 Pandemic not only has immediate affects on our communities but will have long reaching impact on all areas of society. Here's how we're responding.
A "green home" movement is sweeping Uzbekistan, with the government, banks, UNDP and GEF joining forces to usher in energy-efficient houses for all.
Serbia is a country attractive to digital nomads. What can that teach us about depopulation and how to reverse it?
Some economies in Europe & Central Asia are highly vulnerable to the collapse in global tourism that has followed the COVID-19 pandemic.
Th coronavirus pandemic has changed our daily routines, social interaction norms, working habits and even our sense of time and space. It's also transforming the ways in which governments work and deliver services to their citizens.

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35%

are excluded from society

19%

of youth are unemployed

1.4 million

are living with HIV

88%

of primary energy supply is from fossil fuels

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