A full-blown US-China tariff war could reduce global GDP growth to 2.8% in 2019, writes Mario Mesquita, chief economist at Itaú Unibanco.
A diaspora can share valuable insight on how to prioritize aid when a country is in conflict. Coordination among the Venezuelan diaspora has led to more than 100 NGOs in the US sending hu...
Nicaragua, France and Iceland are leading the charge to gender equality by 2050.
Argentina and Brazil have become increasingly popular destinations for LGBT+ people seeking asylum.
The direct costs of crime for households and businesses in Mexico, such as damage and prevention measures, rose to a staggering 2.5% of GDP in 2017.
Archaeologists are providing key information regarding the effect of climate disasters on communities.
Forests are an ally in the fight against climate change. But deforestation in the Amazon is approaching a tipping point, after which the area will emit more carbon than it stores. Compani...
To solve Santiago’s smog problem, Chile is rolling out electric scooters, cars and taxis, as well as lorries for use in the mining industry.
Indigenous groups in Latin America are proposing a protected area that stretches from the Andes to the Atlantic.
Naming rights for orchids, a 'soulful blue-eyed' frog and an ant with snapping jaws are among the Rainforest Trust's unusual auction.
Demand-side interventions that address not only affordability but also e-literacy and education are as critical to digital inclusion as supply-side connectivity measures.
These forces are shaping the global economy into the future.
Gallup surveyed 154,000 adults in 145 countries to create a snapshot of the world’s emotions.
The landmark treaty is designed to protect environmental defenders.
During the first part of the Trump presidency, talks between the US and the EU regarding a preferential agreement, the Trans-Atlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP), were put asi...