The latest post in our “Gender + Conservation” blog series shares some interesting findings in Timor-Leste.
On an island where opportunities are scarce, women are using trees to create new ones.
When fish catch declined in their coastal town, these women were determined to find economic alternatives.
In a few short months, Sophy has gone from borrowing money to loaning it.
These women play a critical role in their communities, yet they rarely get the credit they deserve.
Across the continent, women are taking control of Africa’s sustainable development efforts.
Fresh water is surpassing oil as the world’s scarcest critical resource — and increasingly becoming a source of conflict.
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,
“The water crisis is a health crisis, it’s a farming crisis, it’s an economic crisis, it’s a climate crisis, and