Attitudes that insist on finding differences rather than commonalities are troubling.
The good governance agenda has lost its label, but it lives on, and it has become an existential threat.
While the world enjoys the fruits of their labour, they often have no say or control over the land they work.
We need to rapidly find ways to deal with heat stress.
Nature wants to be treated right and climate change impacts will become even harsher if positive changes are not incorporated in the current practices.
The fury came fast when makeup mogul Kylie Jenner posted a photograph last July of her and her boyfriend Travis Scott flanked by two private jets and captioned "you wanna take mine or yours?"
COP27 marked significant progress by officially recognising, for the first time, that young people can be effective agents of change.
Global meat consumption has increased significantly in recent decades, with per capita consumption almost doubling since the early 1960s, according to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO). Whereas an average of 23.1 kilograms (50.8 pounds) of meat per person were consumed annually in the '60s, the figure had risen to 43.2 kilograms in 2019. Studies show that wealthier countries tend to consume more meat. Projections show that global per capita meat consumption will climb to 69.5 kilograms in 2022 — but the figure will be 27.6 kilograms in the developing world.