A century ago, the Harlem Renaissance changed the worlds of art and culture. Could Harlem one day become a leader in the transition to a green economy?
Poverty / Development Archives - State of the Planet
The director of the Pandemic Resource and Response Initiative discusses how inequality, politics and misinformation worsened COVID’s impact in communities across the U.S.
The training will review pressing issues related to agricultural investments and introduce practical skills.
Dr Hultquist discusses fusing GIS with crowd-sourced and social data to uncover new insights and inform disaster preparedness and response.
One size does not fit all. A community garden project shows how involving communities in planning and development can help make sustainable practices successful.
Until now, most index insurance did not have the capacity to tap the wisdom of crowds of farmers themselves.
Investment projects often promise to reduce poverty, but they can have the opposite effect. To improve outcomes, communities need more support and information.
At UN Food Systems Summit, Did Business Show It Is Serious About Addressing the Crises Facing Global Food Systems?
While pledges were made, they did not meet the moment.
Climate & Water in a Changing Africa: Uncertainty, Adaptation & the Social Construction of Fragile Environments
A special issue for the journal of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences examines water (in)security in Africa in an age of global climate change.
New models project number of migrants within countries of six regions of the world to be up to 216 million by 2050.