OPINION: Business is stepping up on climate change
More than 740 companies have committed to set emissions reduction targets in line with the Paris Agreement.
OPINION: War victims’ personal data is valuable; that’s why it must be protected
Given the threat of data theft, we cannot continue working using our old ways: a safe humanitarian space is a necessity
OPINION: For farmers, climate change brings a winter of discontent, especially in Africa
Our farmers in East Africa are currently reeling from wild swings in extremes, from yet another drought followed by intense rains
OPINION: It's time to legalise abortion in Argentina
I stand alongside other feminist activists to urge Argentina's new president to fulfill his promise and prioritize the decriminalization of abortion
OPINION: End epidemics by breaking down human rights barriers to health
Access to healthcare is a right, not a luxury. We have an historic opportunity to rid the world of HIV, TB and malaria. Let’s seize that opportunity.
OPINION: At the life-or-death edge of climate change, we all have to take action
With ambitious efforts on climate adaptation and climate-smart development, we could reduce the number of people needing help
OPINION: Zimbabwe’s hunger crisis - the epicentre of the global climate emergency
For Zimbabweans, the drought is compounded by an economic crisis of spiralling inflation, unemployment, chronic fuel shortages, and the collapse of essential services
OPINION: Global groundwater – it is time to act
Increasingly under threat from overexploitation and contamination. we are joining 700+ global experts to call for action on groundwater
OPINION: Carbon markets headed for insanity at Madrid climate talks
Are lessons from the past set to be repeated under new rules due to be decided for Paris Agreement?
OPINION: 'Plan with us, not for us,' say poor communities on climate change
Grassroots ideas need to shape climate policy if it's to be effective