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    Educating the Mind Without Educating the Heart is No Education at All

    By Yasmine Sherif The words above, by the ancient Greek philosopher Aristotle, serve as a reminder that we still have a long way to go...

    Poultry Industry Leaders Unite Over Industry Principles to Reduce the Need to Use Antimicrobials

    Collectively, these organizations reach over 100 countries and represent over 40 per cent of global poultry meat production spanning all sectors of poultry production...

    A Russian Veto Threatens to Trigger a Nuclear Arms Race in Outer Space

    The world is facing a crisis of the “rule of law” in disarmament. Key treaties have failed to achieve universal membership, failed to be...

    Climate Change Creates a ‘Cocktail’ of Serious Health Hazards For 70 Per Cent Of Workers Worldwide

    The health consequences of climate change can include cancer, cardiovascular disease, respiratory illnesses, kidney dysfunction and mental health conditions. A “staggering” number of workers, amounting...

    Voluntary Corporate Emissions Targets Not Enough to Create Real Climate Action

    Companies’ emissions reduction targets should not be the sole measure of corporate climate ambition, according to a new perspective paper from the Imperial College. By Hayley...

    Sixth Edition of International Conference on Disaster Resilient Infrastructure Begins In New Delhi

    Prime Minister Modi drew attention to the impact of natural disasters on humans and mentioned earthquakes destroying houses making thousands of people homeless and...

    A Global Village for a Global Plastics Instrument

    The apparent convenience that this throw-away society brings has wrought environmental catastrophe on our ecosystems. It floods our drains. Blocks our rivers. Chokes our...

    Critical Negotiations on Plastic Pollution Begin Tuesday, in Ottawa

    The world has a once-in-a-generation chance to profoundly change humanity’s relationship with plastic. That is the message from officials ahead of “pivotal” talks next...
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    India- Bangladesh Meet to Build Capacities of Civil Servants

    The National Centre of Good Governance has successfully conducted 71 Capacity Building Programs for 2660 Bangladesh Civil Service Officers from 2014...

    UN Rights Office Urges Sri Lanka to Reveal Fate of the Disappeared

    The report outlined the extensive psychological, social and economic impact on the families, particularly on women who often become...

    Are Government Schemes Meaningful in the Absence of Land Rights?

    It is evident that the effects of the project are not uniformly distributed, as certain villages experience benefits while...

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