The Future of Work is here: A regional feminist perspective on the effects of COVID-19

In recent years, world leaders, economists, business owners, and tech giants have been discussing how the so-called Fourth Industrial Revolution1 will...


Will Climate Change trigger a new Pandemic?

Possibly one of the most dangerous consequences of climate change is the potential for emergence or re-emergence of novel pathogenic bacteria,...


Why Arab Youth Are Shying Away from Climate Activism and How to Engage Them

2019 was the second hottest year on record for Earth. It was also the year that witnessed the largest climate strikes in history when an estimated 6...


The end of the Persian perestroika In Iran, the hardliners’ time has come - and taking control of the parliament was just the first step

Iran has reached a turning point. The most recent parliamentary elections initiated a wide-reaching upheaval, putting the country from a course of...


Coronavirus pandemic is not a victory for the climate crises

The crises started and Renewable Energy advocates were quick in forecasting a high rise in small scale renewables for the next months, due to a rising...


Gender and Climate Change in the MENA Region – Nexus or Opposition?

The climate crisis is increasingly getting attention around the globe, in part through Greta Thunberg and the movement Fridays for Future, as well as...


Australia: Paradise Lost 

Australia's biodiversity is under increased threat. This time it is climate change.



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