International Plant Protection Convention’s work for Food Security Today, new plant pests are putting in danger crops around the world, posing a greater threat to food security than ever before. To make matters worse, increasing global trade and changing climate are creating favourable conditions

Kasi Martin is the founder of The Peahen, a site that brings truth-telling and intellect back to fashion. After burning out in the luxury fashion industry, she made it her mission to make ethical and sustainable fashion more approachable for the

Europe has exported its refugee crisis to north Africa. During the summer of 2017, a combination of European policy making and accurately aimed funding has caused the migrant masses to bottleneck in the north of Africa, among countries that are

Mother Nature seems to be in full revolt. A stone's throw from the city of Oakland, where Global Footprint Network is based, the seasonal Diablo winds recently reached record intensity, fanning the worst fires that the famous wine-producing region of

It all started in the tiny village of Bermudian Landing, Belize District when a group of women decided to step out of their shells to face the challenges that were affecting their families, communities, and society. Women whose parents could

According to estimates from the World Health Organization, over 250 million people across the world have some form of visual impairment. Within that group, around 217 million are believed to have moderate to severe vision impairment, while another 36 million

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