Egypt’s water and climate change program is beginning in earnest. The country’s water projects are attracting attention for all the right reasons, as the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam is now operational and is creating an issue Cairo must address.
April 27, 2022
We are in a cycle of historical oscillation marked by economic instability driven by a pathogen, reminiscent of the situation the world faced at the end of the First World War and the outbreak of the Spanish Flu pandemic.
April 10, 2022
In warfare, “scorched earth” can have a number of meanings. In the larger scope of military operations, there is particular concern about the effect conflict can have on the environment and the spaces people live in, which can suffer severe damage as a result.
March 06, 2022
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is attempting to push his country forward on several fronts, creating a new era for himself and his country. The launch of multiple advanced missiles this year is cause for concern, along with Kim’s break from the legacy of his father and grandfather.
February 24, 2022