The United Nations is seeking to raise $2 billion (€1.8 billion) for a humanitarian aid fund that would help install hand-washing stations in refugee camps and assist coronavirus patients in places where hospital beds are nonexistent.
M. Rajendran, who has been delivering newspapers every morning in the city for over a decade, is facing a tough challenge.
Ethics in the Time of the Coronavirus: “Very Existential Questions Arise in the Face of Scarce Resources”
Ms. Woopen, you’re a professor of ethics and theory of medicine, having studied medicine and philosophy.
The bipartisan deal reached on the next coronavirus stimulus bill abandoned a last-ditch effort by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.)
Diplomacy can fix large-scale harm done to the planet by industrial pollution.
International cooperation on ozone-depleting chemicals is helping to return the southern jet stream to a normal state after decades of human-caused disruption, a study shows.
The coronavirus has all but ground the US economy to a halt.
The slow and painful death of the coal industry is creating some interesting new opportunities for green energy solutions.
Stringent new international restrictions on movement introduced because of the coronavirus pandemic are threatening the lives of millions of people across the world already caught up in humanitarian emergencies.
Asia Pacific region not even moving in the right direction, UN body on Sustainable Development Goals
Asia Pacific region must speed up action on Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and arrest the trends depleting its natural resources, the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific ( ESCAP ) said in a study, Wednesday.