In the Horn of Africa, a coalition to prevent the next locust invasion

Kyle G. Brown
In the Horn of Africa, a coalition to prevent the next locust invasion
Locust outbreaks, which are becoming more frequent due to climate change, are occurring in Somalia, Ethiopia, Kenya and Djibouti. To face this plague, actors are getting organized in the Horn of Africa.

News

How could Africa finance its development in a climate change context?
Analysis

How could Africa finance its development in a climate change context?

Étienne Espagne, Luc Jacolin, Florian Léon
Is deforestation the root cause of new diseases?
Interview

Is deforestation the root cause of new diseases?

Jean-François Guégan, Gwenaël Vourc'h
Ecological polytransition: the example of China
How to protect forests without threatening indigenous peoples

Inequalities

Covid-19 accelerating education inequalities in Burkina Faso

Covid-19 accelerating education inequalities in Burkina Faso

Linda Zanfini, Jean-François Kobiané
In El Alto, water as a source of life… and of persistent gender inequalities
Analysis

In El Alto, water as a source of life… and of persistent gender inequalities

In this town near La Paz, Bolivia, the management of water in households reveals persistent gender inequalities. As Eva’s story shows, this is the case even when water is finally available from the faucet.
Analysis

Inequalities and environmental damage: the case of the Mekong River Basin

Étienne Espagne, Thi Phuong Linh Huynh, Alexis Drogoul , Stéphane Lagrée
Analysis

Perception and inequalities: how does bias contribute to reality?

Anda David, Aurora Ramírez Álvarez, Roberto Vélez, Raymundo Campos-Vazquez

Climate

Climate and the White House: a leaders summit and then what?
Opinion

Climate and the White House: a leaders summit and then what?

After a period of promises, now has come the time for concrete commitments. At the Leaders Summit on Climate, held on April 22nd and organized by Joe Biden, the president has the opportunity to move past rhetoric and take action.

Innovation

Internet and Africa: what cyberspace for tomorrow?
Opinion

Internet and Africa: what cyberspace for tomorrow?

African countries have never been faced with such decisive choices in the construction of a cyberspace that respects freedoms and meets the needs of their citizens. One of the continent’s main challenges for the future.

Social

Colombia caught in financial turmoil

Colombia caught in financial turmoil

Santiago Barbosa Naranjo, Sakir Devrim Yilmaz, Antoine Godin, Gustavo Hernández
Covid-19 accelerating education inequalities in Burkina Faso

Covid-19 accelerating education inequalities in Burkina Faso

When the first cases of Covid-19 appeared in March 2020, the Burkina Faso authorities adopted restrictive measures to contain the pandemic. However, these measures may come at the cost of a lasting effect on access to education and compromising the progress made in reducing inequalities.
Analysis

Inequalities and environmental damage: the case of the Mekong River Basin

Étienne Espagne, Thi Phuong Linh Huynh, Alexis Drogoul , Stéphane Lagrée

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