If Africa’s economic growth continues at the cost of its natural capital, the continent’s future as a global leader will be in jeopardy.
To keep up with rising demand for food, water and energy, protecting ecosystems will be critical.
Countries must undertake joint initiatives as populations grow and increase their demands on nature.
On World Population Day, here are a few things to celebrate.
Top African officials and global business leaders will discuss incorporating nature into Africa’s economic development.
Peter Seligmann looks back on 42 years of Earth Day — and looks ahead hopefully at the challenges before us.
This week’s population milestone is a wake-up call; it’s in our self-interest to safeguard the ecosystems that sustain us.
Lawlessness, famine, piracy … all pose serious challenges in present-day Somalia. To find a solution, we must all work together.
On October 31, 2011 the global population will reach 7 billion — a milestone illustrating the challenges we all face,
As drought and famine threaten millions of lives in the horn of Africa, global food security — or rather insecurity