La revue de presse du développement revient sur les temps forts du mois d’avril 2021.revu
“ What you need to know about the new global AIDS strategy ” , Devex, April 1, 2021
Oxfam has suspended two staff members over accusations of sexual misconduct in the DRC in recent years. A sad reminder of similar past events.
“ After Claims of Sexual Abuse, Oxfam Suspends 2 Workers in Africa ” , The New York Times, April 2, 2021
Modern computing allows to spot isolated trees and shrubs in semi-arid areas, facilitating research on the evolution of vegetation cover.
“ How we mapped billions of trees in West Africa using satellites, supercomputers and AI ” , The Conversation, April 11, 2021
A report states that the world’s wealthiest must radically change their lifestyles to tackle climate change: they produce far more carbon emissions than half the world population.
“ World's wealthiest 'at heart of climate problem' ” , BBC News, April 13, 2021
The least developed countries are the most vulnerable to the human and economic impacts of the pandemic. They also lag farthest behind in digital readiness.
“ Can less industrialised countries benefit from post-pandemic digitalisation? ” , Equal Times, April 21, 2021
This month’s press review highlights striking news from the beginning of April 2021.