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6 months after the climate summit, where to find progress on...

Rachel Kyte, Tufts University Six months ago, negotiators at the United Nations’ Glasgow climate summit celebrated a series of...

Helping Ukrainians means listening to their needs – 3 lessons for...

Kimberly Howe, Tufts University and Elizabeth Stites, Tufts University The massive flow of international support for Ukraine since Russia...

Wealthy countries still haven’t met their $100 billion pledge to help...

Rishikesh Ram Bhandary, Boston University After another year of record-breaking temperatures and extreme weather disasters, wealthy countries are under...

COP26 left the world with a climate to-do list: Here are...

Rachel Kyte, Tufts University How much the world achieved at the Glasgow climate talks – and what happens now...

Should Elon Musk try to solve the problem of world hunger...

Jessica Eise, The University of Texas at San Antonio Elon Musk hinted on Oct. 31, 2021, perhaps jokingly, that...

More companies pledge ‘net-zero’ emissions to fight climate change, but what...

Amrou Awaysheh, Indiana University You’ll probably hear the term “net-zero emissions” a lot over the coming weeks as government...

Nobel Peace Prize spotlights the links between hunger and conflict

Jessica Eise, Purdue University The 2020 Nobel Peace Prize has been awarded to the United Nations World Food Program for its efforts to combat hunger,...

To reduce world hunger, governments need to think beyond making food...

Michael Fakhri, University of Oregon and Ntina Tzouvala, Australian National University According to a new United Nations report, global rates of hunger and malnutrition are...

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Imitation Game brings to life the real Alan Turing, pioneer of...

By S. Barry Cooper, University of Leeds The Alan Turing story brings us face-to-face with many contrasts. None is more striking than that between this...