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Beyond Davos: fighting inequality on the frontline

On the eve of yet another World Economic Forum, Zubair Sayed looks at how people are mobilising to find solutions to social problems exacerbated by inequality.
from New Internationalist on Jan 16, 2019.
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Tunisia's workers union stages nationwide strike

Tunisia's biggest labour union is staging a nationwide strike to protest against the government's refusal to raise the salaries of 670,000 public servants.
from Aljazeera on Jan 17, 2019.

Political tensions undermining climate change action, say policymakers

Trade wars and political tensions are undermining efforts to tackle climate change, says the World Economic Forum.
from World Economic Forum on Jan 17, 2019.

World Report 2019: Reversing Autocrats' Attacks on Rights

Growing opposition to authoritarian trends is the big news of the year, says Human Rights Watch's latest World Report.
from Human Rights Watch on Jan 17, 2019.

Call for a farming revolution to avert health and environment crisis

Current food systems threaten human health and environmental sustainability and need to be changed, says a commission convened by a leading medical journal.
from The Lancet on Jan 17, 2019.
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US and China lead the millionaires race

Over 400,000 dollar millionaires were created last year, taking the global total to 22.6 million, with the US and China the top host countries and wealth growing fastest in Africa.
from The Guardian on Jan 17, 2019.

How to win public support for a global carbon tax

A worldwide carbon-pricing system would speed up emissions cuts and prevent carbon-intensive industries from relocating to avoid charges. So why hasn’t it happened?
from Nature on Jan 17, 2019.
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Family planning meets climate change in the Sahel

Family planning education and climate change risk management go hand-in-hand in Africa's Sahel region, with higher temperatures and population growth forecast.
from Yale Climate Connections on Jan 17, 2019.
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