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Governments are having to constantly adapt fiscal policies to support both vulnerable people and businesses during COVID-19. It's vital a green recovery is part of policymakers' plans.
Responsive care and child development is now valued as much as nutrition or child mortality, highlighted by new guidelines set out by the World Health Organization.
Epidemics, floods, storms, droughts, and wildfires are all expected to become more frequent and severe, affecting hundreds of millions of people each year.
A report by Pew Research Center survey found that more than six in 10 Americans (63%) say climate change is currently affecting their local community.
Maria Ressa is on bail after being found guilty of cyber-libel in the Philippines. She spoke to the World Economic Forum about press freedom and the threat of misinformation.
Lockdowns proved what can be achieved on clean air, but a new study reveals that a majority of the world's population still has pollution levels well above WHO guidelines.
COVID-19 has increased reliance on the internet – and cybercrime. But governments have an opportunity to address cybersecurity in the post-pandemic world.
Angela Merkel's assumption of the EU presidency has begun at an opportune time. Here are two steps that would cement Europe's role in the world.
From respiratory droplets to viral load, here are four of the most important factors that influence our understanding of "safe" distance.
Emerging facial recognition legislation shows the opportunity for clarity and standardization. Developers and users of FRS technologies can help shape these conversations.
Savings lives from flu in the US would cost less than $4 billion, compared to the trillions already being spent battling COVID-19, according to research.
The recovery requires collective leadership, write Bertrand Badré, a former MD of the World Bank and Yves Tiberghien, co-chair of the Vision 20 Initiative.
Bridging procurement governance gaps will be key to harnessing AI’s potential without compromising privacy or public health. Here's what governments should know.
Former Nigerian Finance Minister Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala fears that COVID-19 could wipe out three decades of growth and development in Africa. Still, she sees the recovery as a chance to reim...
Unless we finally start acting as an interconnected global society, the inequalities exposed by the coronavirus will carry on widening.