What will it take to get electricity to Africa’s rural poor? Ruth Nyambura explores.
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Technology, whether low or high, needs to be appropriate and within reach to make a difference.
The landscape, and the local peoples’ livelihood, have irrevocably changed, Gary Wockner reports in this photo essay.
Simon Trace on the skewed priorities of medical research.
Plunging temperatures test the survival skills of the country’s nomadic herders, as this photo essay by Madoka Ikegami shows.
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Technology can be a big enabler – yet the difference in terms of what’s available to rich and poor is vast.
Peasant farmers resisting the violence of agribusiness. By Nils McCune.
The world’s poor are still losing out. They need a better deal, argues Dinyar Godrej.
Escaping the pressures of modern life in Japan. By Tina Burrett and Christopher Simons.
Máxima Acuña has just won the Goldman Prize for her resistance against a gold mine – but why are women’s bodies on the frontlines of resistance to extractivism? asks Sian Cowman.
Sustainable forestry may be an oxymoron. Chris Lang finds some holes in the system.