The world is uniting behind the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). While there are different approaches and different focuses from global actors there is coalescence around the ideals that the human race needs to be freed from the tyranny of poverty;
This article is the fourth of the series: Pipe dream or achievable vision: How can we deliver on the 2030 Agenda? The 2030 Agenda foresees a bright future for humanity, one in which everyone enjoys peace and prosperity on a bountiful
The challenges of an individualistic and consumerist culture may be most transparent when we take a holiday and truly unplug. We are losing biodiversity and a bedrock of culture when we decide to go to a destination on holiday only
The time to strategically and boldly invest in Syrian education is now. The 2017 Global Terrorism Index shows a notable shift in terror tactics. In 2009, 16% of Al Qa’ida attacks targeted educational facilities, but only 1.5% of attacks had
Imagine the following result from the March 4 vote in Italy: either the populist Five Star Movement led by young Luigi Di Maio (he’s 31) or the conservative right coalition, led by Berlusconi (he’s 81) and firebrand Salvini, gets an
The Stop Adani movement has one goal, as per its simple and snappy name: to stop the Adani Group, an Indian energy mogul, from building Australia’s biggest coal mine. The Carmichael project in Central Queensland, which would be one of
When I started the challenge I was worried that my home expenses would increase. Buying package free food, such as meat, fish, vegetables and fruits, is unfortunately more expensive in package free stores than in plastic abundant supermarkets. This is so frustrating!