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U.S.-India Partnership a Step Forward for Low-Carbon Growth

Tuesday, January 27, 2015

WASHINGTON, Jan 27 (IPS) - India garnered international attention this week for its climate action.

OPINION: The Corporate Takeover of Ukrainian Agriculture

Tuesday, January 27, 2015

OAKLAND, United States, Jan 27 (IPS) - At the same time as the United States, Canada and the European Union announced a set of new sanctions against Russia in mid-December last year, Ukraine received 350 million dollars in U.S. military aid, coming on top of a one billion dollar aid package approved by the U.S. Congress in March 2014. 

Zimbabwe Battles with Energy Poverty

Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Africa’s Rural Women Must Count in Water Management

Monday, January 26, 2015

NAIROBI, Jan 26 (IPS) - More women's voices are being heard at international platforms to address the post-2015 water agenda, as witnessed at the recently concluded international U.N International Water Conference held from Jan. 15 to 17 in Zaragoza, Spain.

Renewables Can Benefit Water, Energy and Food Nexus

Monday, January 26, 2015

ABU DHABI, Jan 26 (IPS) - With global energy needs projected to increase by 35 percent by 2035, a new report says meeting this demand could increase water withdrawals in the energy sector unless more cost effective renewable energy sources are deployed in power, water and food production.

Not Without Our Daughters: Lambada Women Fight Infanticide and Child Trafficking

Monday, January 26, 2015

CHANDAMPET, India, Jan 26 (IPS) - At 11 years of age, Banawat Gangotri already has four years of work experience as a farm labourer. The child, a member of the nomadic Lambada community from the village of Bugga Thanda in India's southern Telangana state, plucked cotton and chillies from nine a.m. until 5 p.m. for about a dollar daily.

Aboriginal Businesses Stimulate Positive Change in Australia

Monday, January 26, 2015

MOSSMAN, Queensland, Australia, Jan 26 (IPS) - Roy Roger Gibson, an indigenous Kuku Yalanji elder, would watch thousands of tourists and vehicles trampling his pristine land while working on the sugarcane fields in Far North Queensland. His people were suffering and their culture was being eroded. The native wildlife was disappearing. He dreamt of turning this around.

Zimbabwe Faces Troubling Spike in Cases of Multi-Drug Resistant TB

Sunday, January 25, 2015

HARARE, Jan 25 (IPS) - About eight years ago, 44-year-old Tilda Chihota was struck with tuberculosis which kept her bed-ridden for over six months at her rural home in Zimbabwe's Mwenezi district, 144 kilometres southwest of Masvingo, the country's oldest town.

After Nine Years of Foot-Dragging, U.N. Ready for Talks on High Seas Treaty

Sunday, January 25, 2015

UNITED NATIONS, Jan 25 (IPS) - After four days of intense negotiations - preceded by nine years of dilly-dallying - the United Nations has agreed to convene an intergovernmental conference aimed at drafting a legally binding treaty to conserve marine life and govern the mostly lawless high seas beyond national jurisdiction.

OPINION: Greece Gives EU the Chance to Rediscover Its Social Responsibility

Saturday, January 24, 2015

COVENTRY, England, Jan 24 (IPS) - The European Union should not be afraid of the leftist opposition party Syriza winning the Greek election, but see it as a chance to rediscover its founding principle - the social dimension that created it and without which it cannot survive.

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