26 November 2009
This is a serious issue. Even today many low-lying bairos (communities) in towns along the Moçambique coast are flooded when there is a very high tide. The many coastal islands are also in danger. For these people, this is not esoteric speculation, but life and death reality.
Rising sea levels: A tale of two cities
25 November 2009
Kudos to the Rapaport Group!
Zimbabwe diamonds banned by dealer over abuse concerns
24 November 2009
Well done, President Obama!
Obama awards - and kisses - Zimbabwe women activists
20 November 2009
How does a poor nation get ahead? Education is necessary, but can education take place if people are malnourished? What would you do if you were a leader in Malawi or Zimbabwe, or any other country facing this problem?
Hard choices over food versus education in Malawi
For those who think this is just a problem for developing countries, look at the U.S.A. Recent reports indicate that in some areas 1 in 6 people are undernourished. States are cutting back on the education budgets.
Whither the future?