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Hidden Cameras, Prosecutions, and Passion: Confronting the Corruption at the Heart of Africa’s Illegal Wildlife Trade
Tackling the illegal trade in wild fauna and flora takes tremendous concern for the welfare of other species and a passion for change.
A call for world leaders to eliminate harmful fisheries subsidies at the World Trade Organization (WTO) meeting in December.
Henry I. Miller & Kavin Senapathy condemn the latest example of bogus research attacking the safety of genetically modified foods.
Anne-Marie Slaughter wants to shift the focus of the movement for women's equality to the role of men.
Careful product design enabled Days for Girls to create a solution that empowers its users at a critical stage of their lives.
Sustainability is a not merely an individual choice, but a social choice, and frequently a political one, requiring that people work together and press politicians and others in positions of influence to promote the public good.
How can we bridge the disconnect between the growing interest of business and finance in the sustainability agenda and more decisive action towards better social and environmental outcomes?
Gordon Brown promotes an economical plan to educate Syrian and other children.
James Borton & Nguyen Chu Hoi emphasize the environmental impact of Chinese land reclamation efforts in the Spratly Islands.
Models that tie pedagogy to business have the potential to provide revenue to help fund education and practical business exposure for students.
How can megacities address global environmental challenges? A new study shows how ultra-dense city planning can be part of the solution.
Physicist Geoffrey West has found that wealth, crime rate, amount of pedestrians, pace, and many other aspects of a city can be deduced from a single number: the city's population.
How can cities help save the future? Futurist Alex Steffen shows how.
By supporting local innovators, we can solve more social problems and deepen our access to new systems thinking.
A new book explores the failed promise of Dongtan eco-city outside Shanghai and why so many other ambitious green projects lie abandoned.
The new benchmark is an indication of a fast-growing and increasingly sophisticated impact investing industry.
Innovative companies like Uber can bring huge increases in efficiency. But they also bring social and regulatory challenges that must be confronted in a way that ensures fairness.
Memory Banda on leading a global movement for girls' rights, and a revolution in Malawi against child marriage.
Kelly Hodgins questions a pervasive discourse in the food waste and food security worlds that suggests that food waste is the solution for food insecurity in cities.