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Peace with nature

SINCE its creation almost 80 years ago, the UN has served as a vehicle for coordinated collective action for global welfare and has offered mechanisms for socioeconomic development. Multilateralism has…

At COP15, businesses urged to act for nature

Widely blamed for ravaging Earth’s ecosystems, big businesses are nevertheless being turned to as key players in a deal to save nature at the COP15 biodiversity conference. With hundreds of…

Political nature

As an old axiom notes, ‘Mighty oaks from little acorns grow.’ From coast to coast, millions of these long-lived jewels have graced our landscape, but one mighty specimen in particular…

Covid-19: nature’s revenge

Covid-19 is not just a virus; it is a true mirror and reflection of nations’ ‘strength’ and ‘power’. This invisible virus has unveiled the flimsy state of ‘national security’ and…