“The edge of chaos is the balance point where the components of a system never quite lock into place, and yet never quite dissolve into turbulence, either…The edge of chaos is the constantly…

Brian Levy |

The U.N. Climate Change Conference in Durban, South Africa, is in full swing now, aiming to reach consensus and agreements on addressing the  climate challenge by its close on December 9. While…

Patricio V. Marquez, Jumana Qamruddin |

For the World AIDS Day, there is a sign at the World Bank that states that taking ARVs reduces rate of HIV transmission by 96%. If this was last year, a sign somewhere may well have read “A cheap…

Berk Özler |

The next two weeks will see nearly 20, 000 people descending on Durban for this year’s Climate Change negotiations.  What might they achieve? Not much, if you believe some of the pessimistic…

Andrew Steer |

Mamtoai puts her blue token key into the slot of the standpost and out flows water. It is an early spring morning in October and the sun shines brightly in Lower Ha Thetsane, an area of Maseru,…

Louise Croneborg |

Thousands of Basotho joined HM King Letsie III last Friday at the inauguration of a state-of-the-art hospital in Maseru, Lesotho. The new hospital, together with its three filter clinics, is…

Ritva Reinikka |

With new learning materials, children are more interested to come to school as learning becomes more enjoyable.I’ve always been passionate about the need to focus on education in order to achieve…

Laura Keenan |

“Haiti”, “nourriture” et “nutrition” sont des mots generalement non associés dans le cadre d’une déclaration optimiste, bien au contraire. Cependnat, aù moment ou nous commémorons la Journee…

Marie Chantal Messier |

“Haití”, “alimentos” y “nutrición” no son palabras que suelen ir de la mano junto a una frase optimista, más bien todo lo contrario. Sin embargo, a medida que conmemoramos el Día Mundial de los…

Marie Chantal Messier |

“Haiti” and “food” and “nutrition” are words not usually seen together as part of an optimistic statement, rather the opposite. But as we commemorate World Food Day I believe there is a lot that…

Marie Chantal Messier |