Consumers have experienced the most significant shock in global food prices in more than a generation. A food economist explains the reasons behind the high prices.
People with disabilities in Ukraine are not even getting the chance to evacuate. The international community must start to incorporate inclusion into humanitarian response plans.
Europeans can cut energy bills and help Ukraine by following nine simple steps, the IEA and European Commission say in their new Playing my Part report.
Ukraine, inflation and the risk of future pandemics are among the issues set to dominate the global agenda in the next 12-24 months, says expert Adam Tooze.
The Russian invasion has evolved into a humanitarian crisis, turned food and energy security volatile and raised questions about global security architecture.
Russia’s war in Ukraine has created “immense human suffering”, but it is also damaging global trade, the World Trade Organization is warning.
By turning its back on Russian oil and gas, will Europe speed up or slow down its response to the global crisis of climate change, asks an energy expert.
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is seriously damaging the Ukraine economy. The World Bank predicts far-reaching consequences, with Russia also facing recession.
Aid worker Fedir Serdiuk is teaching Ukraine’s civilians first aid to help those injured in the war. He has taught 50,000 people to provide primary care.
Sanctions on Russian energy exports have led to a surge of interest in 'energy independence'. But is transitioning to solar a solution for the United States?
Russia's invasion of Ukraine has led to the IMF revising its projection for global growth downwards to 3.6% for 2022 and 2023. But can inflation be avoided?
Ukraine and Russia produce a substantial amount of grain for export, but Ukraine is expected to harvest less than half of its 80 MMT of grain this year.
What’s behind the global increase in food prices and living costs that leaves many households paying more for everything, from groceries to energy bills?
Developing countries that rely heavily on food exports from Russia and Ukraine could take longer to recover economically from COVID-19 because of the war.
Ukraine and Russia are among the world’s top exporters of wheat. They provide crucial supplies to many less-developed countries in Africa and the Middle East.