"I've decided to write a book detailing a bunch of events you specifically don't want to know about."
The Paris Agreement can't be met without changes to our global food system, writes Emily Quinton of The Vegan Society.
Sanctions when imposed on a whim, without justification, and without an analysis of their potential impact, are careless in the extreme. The fact that institutions as powerful as the EU and US government have fallen into this trap is fuel to the fire of those who argue for considered diplomacy,...
Ahead of COP26, politicians must take action to fight the climate emergency, says RSPB England director Emma Marsh.
"My late parents would never have lied to or misled anyone - and I believe the overwhelming majority of people in this country hold the truth in similarly high regard. Why, then, should we expect less from those holding high office?"
Saffron is one of the most prized and expensive spices in the world, which offered the greatest of hope for economic trade for Afghan producers and exporters. It has the potential to spur sustainable development and lift the country’s people out of poverty.
From a Citizen's Assembly to rooftop farms, the only way to build back is to build back bold after these two seismic events.
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