Climate change already affects millions of Americans, from worsening asthma and other respiratory problems to spurring destructive and costly hurricanes, wildfires, heat waves and other extreme weather. Disadvantaged and marginalized communities often bear the brunt of such devastating climate change

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

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

Challenging social biases often require assiduous and consistent efforts. One must identify, be mindful, and critically engage to change social stereotypes, especially in gender-related matters in the world of work. Despite the substantial improvements made towards gender equality in the

Sustainable food systems can play a big role in ensuring the availability and access to safe, nutritious and affordable food, creating decent jobs and livelihoods, contributing to balanced territorial development and protecting the earth’s natural resources and biodiversity. But our food

A plunge in international trade during the pandemic has shown how some countries may benefit from already high levels of economic sovereignty. The pandemic has highlighted the advantages and disadvantages of relying on international trade versus fostering economic sovereignty. Economic sovereignty gauges

A country in protest, Lebanon has already faced a financial and political crisis before the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, with Beirut partially destroyed following the twin explosions which have been identified as “one of the largest non-nuclear blasts in history,” the

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