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  1. Indigenous Women at the Forefront of Transformational Change

    - Inter Press Service

    UNITED NATIONS, Aug 08 (IPS) - The International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoplescommemorated annually on August 9, is a day to celebrate the many contributions of the 476 million Indigenous peoples worldwide.

  2. Giraffes, parrots, and oak trees, among many species facing extinction

    - UN News

    Around one million species are facing extinction, according to a report from IPBES, an independent intergovernmental science and policy body supported by the UN.

  3. The Plastic Crisis Has Deep Corporate Roots: To Protect Our Planet, They Need To Be Exposed

    - Inter Press Service

    Aug 05 (IPS) - This spring, I taught a new undergraduate course in environmental sociology. Most of my students took the course because they were curious to see what their desire to live more sustainably had to do with sociology.

  4. Researchers Embrace Artificial Intelligence to Tackle Banana Disease in Burundi

    - Inter Press Service

    KIGALI, Aug 05 (IPS) - A group of scientists involved in finding solutions to minimize the impact of a devastating banana virus in Burundi have developed an Artificial Intelligence (AI) tool for monitoring the disease.

  5. WMO reports decrease in likelihood of severe Atlantic hurricane season ahead

    - UN News

    As the North Atlantic hurricane season enters its traditional peak period, the US National  Atmospheric and Oceanic Administration (NOAA) has adjusted its forecast to monitor the conditions which impact cyclonic activity, according to the UN weather agency, WMO, on Friday.  

  6. Nuclear technology helps Mexico eradicate invasive insect pest

    - UN News

    One of the most devastating insect pests infesting fruits and vegetables in Mexico has been eradicated in the state of Colima, according to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).

  7. UN chief slams ‘immoral’ profiteering amid global energy crisis

    - UN News

    As the war in Ukraine continues to rage, skyrocketing energy prices are compounding an existential cost-of-living crisis for hundreds of millions of people, the UN chief said on Wednesday, introducing the third is a series of briefings from the Global Crisis Response Group (GCRG) on Food, Energy and Finance.

  8. Doubts Raised Over Conditions of Mexico's Mangroves

    - Inter Press Service

    SINANCHÉ, Mexico, Aug 02 (IPS) - Two extremes of coastal development can be found side-by-side in the small community of San Crisanto, in the municipality of Sinanché in Mexico’s southeastern Yucatán state.

  9. Slow food, Accelerating Biodiversity in the Field and On Our Plates

    - Inter Press Service

    BULAWAYO, Aug 02 (IPS) - Edward Mukiibi was forced to do agriculture at school as punishment for misbehaviour.

  10. Horn of Africa faces most ‘catastrophic’ food insecurity in decades, warns WHO

    - UN News

    The World Health Organization (WHO) warned on Tuesday that the Greater Horn of Africa is experiencing one of the worst hunger crises of the last 70 years.  

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