The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development seeks to eradicate poverty in all its forms, promote sustained and inclusive
If you're reading this, it's likely you've heard about the UN's Sustainable Development Goals, or SDGs. In 2015, nearly 200 world leaders committed to work toward 17 SDGs in a collective effort to end extreme poverty and achieve sustainable growth. In particular, Goal 2 has the laudable benchmark of ending hunger, achieving food security and improved nutrition, and promoting sustainable agriculture by 2030.
How can we create a more inclusive Internet? What are the practical steps we can take to expand global connectivity? This week, leaders from some of the Internet's main organisations and businesses, together with the World Bank, are gathering in Washington D.C. to discuss these questions.
Addressing access to safe and decent housing is critical to helping people and families climb out of poverty
This past summer, at the United Nations High Level Meeting on HIV and AIDS (HLM) and, later, at the AIDS 2016 Conference
Aid for education needs to increase six-fold to bring quality universal education to all by 2030.
While the Kyoto Protocol provided sound-bite-sized objectives but no clear way of achieving them, the Paris Agreement provides
The goal is to to channel more food to the roughly 800 million people who are undernourished globally.
Here's how we can stop it.
as Americans and Europeans fret about China's economic outlook amidst rising debt, stagnating wages, and excess supply with weakened demand, changes are happening in South and Central America that could have a game-changing impact on the economic landscape of the 21st century.
As part of World Food Day, U.N. officials called for an end to hunger by 2030.
More than 800 children die every day from diarrhea caused by inadequate access to water or poor hygiene.