As water scarcity increases, drought-stricken crops wither, and food prices rise, the need for resilient agriculture will become more obvious—and more urgent. With more rational public policy, we can meet that need now. > More
Universal Health Coverage (UHC) is key for a future in which health systems respond effectively to epidemics.
The illegal wildlife trade has long been ignored in Peru, but changes are afoot.
Are the current efforts to improve the management of water scarcity adequate? In countries such as India, the government's decision to provide free electricity for irrigation—in order to push production—has created a new problem: over-pumping.
Four Dutch engineers have started a revolution. They have developed plan production units the size of a city block and just a few stories high capable of producing the same volume of crops as a large farm.
The e-bike gains momentum as sales double in the United States in only a year. Is this the start of a new bubble or a real transportation revolution?
What would the world look like if we were to treat food as a public good or commons and not merely as a commodity?
Why are we so terrified and at the same time fascinated by drones? The Center for Study of the Drone brings a report that reflects on the important and controversial role that drones are currently playing.
Gender inequality is a strong driver of HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, and malaria. How can we reach out to women to correct this imbalance and save lives?
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