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24 March 2017
As part of WLE's partnership with The Economist's Sustainability Summit this week in London, the Thrive blog is publishing a series of posts that discuss the role science plays in catalyzing shifts toward sustainability in the private sector and beyond. This blog highlights how the Bridge...
23 March 2017
In a new policy note, researcher Mikael Eriksson recommends a shift in policies towards a fresh narrative for North Africa. "When will we see a regional UN headquarter for migration in Rabat, or an international center of excellence for ocean studies in Tripoli?," he asks.
22 March 2017
Agriculture is one of the main emitters of greenhouse gases globally. However, as sources differ from country to country, calculating emissions on a national level can be tricky. At the same time knowing the sources and the amount of the exhaust of the green house gases is a crucial step for...
22 March 2017
NAI's library has much more to offer than just research and statistics. Right now, an exhibition of comics and cartoons from or about Africa is on display. Many of the volumes are chronicles of actual events and may in fact be of relevance for researchers.
21 March 2017
In this guest blog post, Catherine Bertini, distinguished fellow, Global Food and Agriculture at the Chicago Council on Global Affairs, and professor of public administration and international affairs, Maxwell School, Syracuse University, reflects on the progress made in tackling malnutrition, and...
Photo by James Anderson, World Resources Inst via Flickr CC BY-NC-SA 2.0.
21 March 2017
DEBATT I arbetet med den nya strategin för miljö och klimatmässigt hållbar utveckling har regeringen ett gyllene tillfälle att positionera den effektiva odlingsformen agroforestry, skriver fem experter i Agroforestry Network.I dag 21 mars är det den internationella skogsdagen. Dessvärre finns...