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The UAE is a bridge builder punching above its weight

In a world of divisions and disputes, being a bridge-builder is a premium attribute. Nowhere was this more apparent in 2023 than in the...

Berry tasty: the fruits emerging from new breeding and processing

Research is helping strawberries and raspberries become more resilient to climate change and snacks become healthier. By Matthew Newman Supermarkets across Europe offer such regular and...

Post COP 28: Charting a Resilient Path for Pakistan

Climate change is a major non-traditional security threat faced by the world. Its impacts are becoming increasingly evident as the world advances. Every year...

Climate Crisis May Cause 14.5 Million Deaths by 2050

A new World Economic Forum report, published today, warns that by 2050 climate change may cause an additional 14.5 million deaths and $12.5 trillion...

Addressing Inequities in Climate Action: A Path Forward after COP28

The conclusion of COP28 serves as a testament to both hope and the stark realities that underpin our global efforts against the climate crisis....

Disinformation Tops Global Risks 2024 as Environmental Threats Intensify

Drawing on nearly two decades of original risks perception data, the World Economic Forum’s Global Risks Report 2024warns of a global risks landscape in...

On the Climate Crisis, We Are All Suffering, But Women from the South Are Suffering More

In the post-Cold War era, as the risk of major armed conflicts and wars between states declined, other threats of a non-war nature began...

What Do Women Really Get in COP28

At the same time as our planet is aflame in flames, neoliberal ideologies are igniting the climatic crisis; jeopardizing global stability, security and resilience....

Beyond Borders and Billionaires at COP28: Rethinking Elite Accountability for Climate Justice

At least of 25% of the billionaires who participated as representatives at COP28 have amassed their wealth through sectors like petrochemicals, mining, and beef...

2024 Trends: The Axis of Disconnectivity – NetZero – SMEs – Carbon Taxes

"The Axis of Evil" was a term coined at the beginning of the new century to divide people and support wars. It was declared...

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