Global Envision: exploring market-driven solutions to poverty
A technology that may be able to solve Africa's food crises, water shortage, and economic troubles all at once
Thousands flee their countries each year due to the effects of climate change, but are not recognized as refugees in the international community. However, their may be unintended consequences if these laws are reevaluated.
NPR's Goats and Soda explores a new study on how improving humans' quality of life may destroy the planet.
For a Maasai village in Northern Tanzania, electric lights cut through the twilight, lighting the way to a better future.
A new study by sociologists at the University of California-Berkeley is shedding light on the changing climate’s effect on farmers like Shubham.
As of today, it is punishable by up to four years in jail and a $38,000 fine to have a plastic bag in Kenya. The Kenyan government says it criminalized the pollutant to protect the environment and the health of Kenyans.
A project started by Dr. Amrit Chandan of the British high tech start-up Aceleron makes use of useless electric car batteries.
How a Jordan Refugee Camp is renewing power and optimism
China is trying to balance rampant development with the environment. The world is watching.
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