Most Americans take water for granted. It’s a resource that people assume will always be accessible, available, and consumable. But for how much longer?
According to Jennifer Trahan, a Clinical Professor at the NYU Center for Global Affairs, the activation of the crime of aggression, despite its apparent limitations, could provide some deterrent against leaders who may be tempted to invade another country.
Although the government seems to be taking responsibility by blocking websites related radicalism, attempts to prevent extremism from growing will require the action of netizens as well.
Student reflections on the January 2018 Global Field Intensive on Gender and Sustainable Development in the Gulf Region: Abu Dhabi, Dubai, and the Northern Emirates
Everyone in fashion is talking about “circularity,” but just focusing on reuse isn’t enough to lower the industry’s massive carbon footprint.
The USDA is formulating its next set of dietary guidelines. An advisory panel has already recommended an increase in plant-based diets, and the USDA should listen to them.