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Africa's glaciers to melt, millions of poor face drought, floods, UN says
Africa's glaciers to melt, millions of poor face drought, floods, UN says

Africa's eastern glaciers will vanish in two decades, 118 million poor people face immanent drought, floods or extreme heat, and climate change could...

By Tim Cocks 55 minutes ago

Kering goes fur-free across all fashion brands
Kering goes fur-free across all fashion brands

Luxury fashion giant Kering has announced its decision to go fur-free across the group...

27 Sep 2021

Lagos has a water and sanitation crisis: what the state and city can do
Lagos has a water and sanitation crisis: what the state and city can do

As with many cities in developing countries, Nigeria's most densely populated city lacks an adequate water supply and sanitation essential for the health of all people...

By Oluwole Daramola 22 Sep 2021

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Nestlé's transition towards a regenerative food system speeds up

Nestlé is investing $1.3bn over the next five years to spark regenerative agriculture across the company's supply chain...

21 Sep 2021

New Nespresso blend helps revive fragile coffee farming in the DRC
New Nespresso blend helps revive fragile coffee farming in the DRC

The Kahawa ya Congo blend is grown on the rain-rich volcanic soils of Lake Kivu in the DRC where the once-thriving coffee farming community has been devastated by decades of instability...

5 Aug 2021

Gauteng Growth and Development Agency highlights role of AfCFTA in eliminating poverty
Gauteng Growth and Development Agency highlights role of AfCFTA in eliminating poverty

The AfCFTA will create one of the largest free trade areas in the world, connecting 55 countries in Africa with a combined GDP valued at $3.4tn...

13 Jul 2021

Gates Foundation makes $2.1bn commitment at Generation Equality Forum
Gates Foundation makes $2.1bn commitment at Generation Equality Forum

The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation recently announced a $2.1bn commitment during the Generation Equality Forum to advance women's economic...

1 Jul 2021

ACMHM to host African Coalition Symposium on Menstrual Health

The African Coalition on Menstrual Health Management, in collaboration with the United Nations Fund for Population, will host the African Coalition Symposium...

19 May 2021

Fashionscapes: A Living Wage highlights plight of garment workers
Fashionscapes: A Living Wage highlights plight of garment workers

The documentary combines the voices of garment workers with legal professionals who are working together to argue for the first EU legislation to ensure garment workers receive a living wage...

28 Apr 2021

Is that a good egg? How chocolate makers rate on social and environmental measures
Is that a good egg? How chocolate makers rate on social and environmental measures

Easter is the biggest chocolate-buying time of the year. But who's really paying for the cost of that chocolate?

By John Dumay and James Guthrie 6 Apr 2021

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Singapore approves cell-cultured chicken bites - who will be the first to try them?

Cultured meat made from animal cells without animal slaughter has been approved for sale for the first time...

By Chris Bryant 7 Dec 2020

Time for Africa to stop managing poverty and start managing development
Time for Africa to stop managing poverty and start managing development

Cristina Duarte of the Republic of Cabo Verde is the new special adviser on Africa to the UN secretary-general. A former minister of finance and planning in her country, she intends to bring to her role a renewed strategic narrative...

13 Nov 2020

Vans donates $1m to charities focused on mental health

For its second annual Checkerboard Day, Vans will focus on the vital role creativity plays in helping individuals and communities address mental health and well-being, in light of the period of global isolation experienced as a result of Covid-19.

3 Nov 2020

850,000 animal viruses could be caught by humans, unless we protect nature - UN report
850,000 animal viruses could be caught by humans, unless we protect nature - UN report

Human damage to biodiversity is leading us into a pandemic era. The virus that causes Covid-19, for example, is linked to similar viruses in bats, which may have been passed to humans via pangolins or another species...

By Katie Woolaston and Judith Lorraine Fisher 30 Oct 2020



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