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Ending hunger sustainably

Ending hunger sustainably

In 2015, 193 countries gathered at the United Nations and pledged to end global hunger by 2030 as part of the Agenda for Sustainable Development.

IMF raises vigil on inflation, supply chain bottlenecks

IMF raises vigil on inflation, supply chain bottlenecks

A familiar word in economics is inflation, which has plunged many countries into long periods of instability.

Corporate climate list shows firms pushing for action

Corporate climate list shows firms pushing for action

Unilever, Ikea and Nestle are among the few industry heavy-hitters using their corporate clout to push for the ambitious policies needed to stop disastrous climate change, according to industry analysis published yesterday.

Trade and the future of food

Trade and the future of food

No one can survive without food. And yet, the world’s food systems are badly in need of reform. To ensure universal access to adequate nutrition, as well as longterm environmental sustainability, we need to change how we produce, process, transport, and consume food.

Library a source of knowledge, inspiration

Library a source of knowledge, inspiration

There is a place of peace, tranquillity, silence and an inexhaustible source of knowledge, that place is a library, beautiful in all its presentations.

What developing countries need to reach net zero

What developing countries need to reach net zero

The recent report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change warns that the planet will warm by 1.5? Celsius by 2040 unless urgent measures are taken to eliminate greenhouse-gas emissions.

The real rot at the IMF

The real rot at the IMF

There are many reasons to be critical of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank, but the legitimacy crisis now confronting both institutions is not based on any of them. Instead, it has arisen for the wrong reasons, and this is serving to reinforce the real problems that have plagued the

Can mentoring help more Black Britons get boardroom jobs?

Can mentoring help more Black Britons get boardroom jobs?

As a Black teenager growing up in South London, Kofi Siaw had a problem — he dreamed of a high-flying career as a city professional, but had no contacts and few role models to help him get there.

In the quest for thermal delight

In the quest for thermal delight

One of the world’s most prestigious events focusing on Islamic art and architecture, the Hamad bin Khalifa Symposium on Islamic Art, will be held online from November 8-15. The theme of the ninth edition of the biennial is ‘The Environment and Ecology in Islamic Art and Culture’.

Stablecoins draw US scrutiny on fears over stability

Stablecoins draw US scrutiny on fears over stability

Amid an intensifying drive by the White House to formulate a wide-ranging oversight policy on cryptocurrencies, US regulators have intensified their focus on stablecoins.

How fates collide at the US-Mexico border

How fates collide at the US-Mexico border

Alie Sajous and Macdalla Renois both left Haiti years ago seeking a new life in South America, but struggled there. This summer, both decided to set out on a harrowing journey through a dozen countries to seek a new life in the United States.

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