What do a tiny country in the Pyrenees, the seat of the Catholic Church, and one of the world’s most
I’m off on several weeks of travel which will take me from D.C. to Brazil, California, Portugal, France, China and
Here in the U.S., a lot of news has focused lately on how partisan politics have taken over Washington, DC.
A small group of Senators are introducing legislation to block the EPA from regulating greenhouse gases, reported Juliet Eilperin in
When I come back from vacation, I generally have a lot of unread emails and a very thirsty plant waiting
After two long weeks of cold weather, protests and delays in negotiations, the UN talks in Copenhagen finally came to
It’s been a long week-and-a-half of tough negotiations at Copenhagen. There have been many stops and starts, late night sessions
World Food Day 2009 falls on October 16th, and as the new coordinator of CI’s Food Security program, I’d like