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11/12/17

Q&A: We need to produce ‘different food’, not more

Health, ability to withstand climate change, economic resilience all interlinked, says Tim Benton.

News:

16/11/17

Climate goal in peril as science points to 3 degree warming

… rising after three years as countries negotiate post-Paris goals Inaction by rich countries risks trust deficit between countries, experts say …

News:

14/07/17

Indigenous views collated worldwide ‘for first time’

An online tool aims to fill data gap and empower people who often don’t feature in statistics.

News:

12/07/17

Mosquito culprit found for Brazil chikungunya epidemic

Aedes aegypti mosquito infected with African virus strain hints at role in outbreak.

Analysis blog:

05/07/17

Scientists shouldn’t miss a chance to expose fake news

Fake news on social media erodes trust in science and threatens media freedom as countries warn of crackdowns.

Opinion:

01/05/17

Youth in Tunisia find a way out of violence with tech

Mapping project shows the most effective peace tech is driven by young people themselves, says Harriet Lamb.

News:

12/12/16

HIV-test kits given to women boost testing in men

Giving self-test kits to women visiting clinics could increase HIV testing among men in Africa, a study says.

Opinion:

30/11/16

Online censors are a barrier to sex education

Sex, lies and algorithms — educators need to work with a changing online landscape, says Pauline Oosterhoff.

News:

08/09/16

Poor countries have the edge on climate innovation

… on innovation overlook developing nations, but some are taking the lead Decision making for the post-Paris agenda at country level has been slow …

Feature:

28/07/16

Who is going to pay for higher education in Africa?

We examine the challenges of and solutions to making degrees affordable to millions of young people.

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