Affordable insurance against droughts and other climate risks will help to improve food security and protect smallholder farmers.
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In mid-February, a member of the Bitterroot Salish Tribe spoke to students about his tribe’s management and protection of natural resources.
How governments can ensure transparency and public access to information while social distancing continues.
As educators, we are responsible for ensuring that the expertise needed to maintain this complex world continues to be regenerated.
On Monday at 9:00 a.m. EDT, join a live video conversation with people in India who are helping to sew masks for front-line workers and distribute food to those in need.
Herman E. Daly examines possible paths to less fragile global systems with Kate Raworth, whose “doughnut economics” model aims to build economic policies and metrics that put thriving ahead of growing.
In a recent online discussion, economists emphasized the need to establish a new system that factors in sustainability and well-being.
Grassroots activists share their strategies on caring for oneself and one another, and on building societies grounded in solidarity and equity.
He and his team are deploying seasonal climate forecasts and index insurance to help Vietnamese farmers plan ahead for changing weather, and to enhance food security.
The president’s ongoing war on science has significantly weakened researchers’ ability to respond to COVID-19 and other looming public health and environmental crises.