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Conservation areas are a way to preserve biodiversity. Biodiversity loss due to human-caused climate change is one of the biggest environmental issues we face today.… Read More »Conservation Areas: Creating Peace Parks across Africa
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In 2014, a collection of leading global cities formed the Carbon Neutral Cities Alliance (CNCA). This alliance committed to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 80%… Read More »Carbon Neutral Cities: Mission Impossible?
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The industrial revolution started in the 18th century and has since paved the way for modern technology, and therefore, resulted in today’s digital society. Unfortunately,… Read More »How First World Nations Use Tech to Aid Developing Countries
It is 2021, and there remains an unacceptable level of unresolved issues from the past. Access to Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH) is still heavily… Read More »Poor sanitation and the related burden of diseases
Kenya is a country with a water crisis. While the average Australian household consumes 340 L of water per person per day, in Africa, people… Read More »Kenya’s Water Problems: A Country in Crisis