It’s been a busy week here at Worldwatch, first with launching State of the World 2010 to the media and then sharing it with the environmental community here in DC. Soon we’ll have video from the symposium, but in the meantime, I wanted to share with you the link to our long listing … Continue Reading ››
This is the second in a two-part series of my visit to Africa Harvest in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Daniel Kamanga, the Director of Communications of Africa Harvest, and former journalist, says that journalism in Africa has to overcome many challenges, including a general lack of coverage … Continue Reading ››
This is the first of a two-part series to Africa Harvest, in Johannesburg, South Africa.
In our Nourishing the Planet project we’re looking at how farmers and researchers all over the world are combining high-tech and low-tech agricultural practices to help alleviate hunger and poverty. One place they’re trying to do this is at Continue Reading ››
Standing over a tabletop computer screen depicting a dark and stormy sky, I become the Climate God, tasked with reducing greenhouse gas emissions, and saving humanity from dangerous climate changes. At my will I wield my climate-crushing powers by choosing a “solution card” and throwing it on the screen, thereby enacting policies and making the … Continue Reading ››