Today, agriculture is still considered a man’s world despite the 602 million women across the globe who are smallholder farmers and landless workers.
If we want to make a difference in sustainable development, we need to tame the four “tyrannies” that keep us from extending our vision beyond our immediate circle of concern.
China’s Antarctic program has captured international attention in recent weeks amid the dramatic rescue of the trapped Russian research vessel Akademik Shokalskiy.
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Lots of Words, Little Action. Will the private sector tip the scales for community land rights?. Annual Review 2013–2014. Washington, D.C.
“Water, Sanitation and Sustainable Energy in the post 2015 development agenda”. Background Paper. 18?19 February, New York.
Engagement of crisis-affected people in humanitarian action. Background Paper of ALNAP’s 29th Annual Meeting, 11-12 March 2014, Addis Ababa.
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