According to the Race Report, published recently by the Commission on Race and Ethnic Disparities, the British system is no longer “deliberately rigged against ethnic minorities.” Arguably, British education is the “most emphatic success story of the British ethnic minority

Projected high levels of population growth will collide with issues of resource scarcity and ecological threats in the future. By 2050, the global population is projected to reach nearly ten billion people and could challenge levels of peacefulness around the world. Over

According to Chef, Food Activist Tom Colicchio and Heifer CEO Pierre Ferrari “We can end hunger in America. We just haven’t had the political will to do it,” write James Beard Award-winning chef Tom Colicchio and Heifer International CEO Pierre Ferrari

Nestled in the heart of the Congo Basin, the world’s second-largest rainforest, lies the Republic of the Congo. A nation covered in vast forests, the Congo boasts an estimated 23 million ha of forest area — nearly 70% of the

This time Erdogan, the Turkish dictator out to destroy any remnants of democracy in his country, has managed something of a master coup: He has offended not only Ursula von der Leyen, the European Commission chief but Europe as a

A new UN report finds that countries’ emissions-reduction commitments under the Paris Agreement are falling far short of what’s needed to prevent the most dangerous impacts of climate change. It is imperative that countries that have not yet submitted their plans deliver much

The boundaries between architecture, design, and handicraft have historically been rigid; each discipline sheltered from the other, when in reality there is much to gain from their coalescence. The Unicum Collection, drawn together by Oliva Sartogo and Lavinia Fuksas, (L.O.S.F)

From the very early days of the COVID-19 outbreak, public, private and university researchers have been working to develop vaccines. There are now ten such vaccines being administered worldwide, with Russian and Chinese governments producing public sector-led versions, Oxford University

Vegan Diet and Kids Nutrition in childhood plays a crucial role in the quality of health in the long run later in life. Is a vegan diet safe for children? This question might raise concern for young parents as we all

As countries globally are rolling out COVID-19 vaccines, concerns of inequity in vaccine access are high: In particular, gender equality commitments are absent from health sector policy responses to pandemic.  Launching today, on World Health Day, a leading global health research

Why human and planetary health need to be tackled alongside each other Humans have messed with the natural environment – and it is firing back. What sounds like a catchy summary of an apocalyptic action movie is already a reality, one

One of the greatest challenges when looking at solar panels is trying to keep them efficient and clean. REIWA Engine, a startup from Sicily, Italy, has designed a new robot, the SandStorm to do just that. REIWA Engine SandStorm robot is

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