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How people worldwide save our climate: with solar pioneering, agroforestry and fight for water...
Red carpet for investors
More and more foreign investors are suing governments before dubious international tribunals...
At the drip of Big Food
How transnational food companies are conquering the South and making poor people sick...
Opportunities and threats of digital identity. Large corporations and governments want to provide everyone around the world with a digital identity - based on biometric data...
What’s healthy is determined by Bill Gates
The World Health Organization in crisis. The binding membership fees of the WHO have been frozen for decades. 80% of the WHO budget today comes from voluntary contributions...
Tobacco and alcohol in poor societies. In most industrialized countries, tobacco consumption is declining; alcohol consumption is stagnating at a high level. In poor countries in Africa and Asia, however...
Killer in the kitchen
On the fight against domestic air pollution in developing countries. Almost three billion people in poor countries still cook and heat with open fires in their huts...
Water or Gold
On the struggle between mining and ecology. Conflicts between mining on the one hand and human rights and environmental protection on the other are intensifying worldwide...
On the situation of the mentally ill in developing countries. Millions of mentally ill people in Africa and southern Asia languish in an inhumane manner - hidden in dark huts or chained to trees...
Post-harvest losses and aflatoxins in Africa and Central America. In developing countries, up to 60% of cereals, fruit and vegetables spoil after harvest - the result of errors in storage, transport and processing...
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