Globally, there are over 22 million refugees. This number is growing, with the majority of refugees concentrated in the Global South. Whether the result of natural or man made catastrophic events, refugees are usually cast as economic burdens for host

Starting February 1, two sustainable fashion entrepreneurs, highly motivated and increasingly concerned with plastic pollution, launched an Australia vs. Iceland challenge as a 30-day experiment to see whether it's possible to live plastic-free. The contenders, Heidrun Sigfusdottir and Edda Hamar are

Music venues have always been the foundation and bedrock for new bands and artists cutting their teeth and we are in a time where music-making itself is easier and cheaper – if going down the D.I.Y. route – yet chances

Music is a demanding mistress but it is a platform that provides artists with a clear and influential voice. In a modern age where issues like mental health are still stigmatized and under-valued: what role can musicians play in raising

Editor's Note: This article was written  by Patrick Jacqueson in collaboration with Andreas Thulstrup and Indira Joshi  of the Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations.  Almost three billion people rely on wood, coal, charcoal or animal waste as sources

Two Works on Namibian History  The exhibition ‘Unrecounted: Historical Amnesia in Germany and Namibia’ at the Conservatorio Benedetto Marcello suggests the future can only be really thought through the past, providing a foil to this year’s Venice Biennale theme, All the

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