Verden i dag står ovenfor store miljømessige utfordringer. Er det i det hele tatt mulig å skape bærekraftig utvikling? Er det misvisende å analysere situasjonen i et nord-sør perspektiv?
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The Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) on the River Nile has begun producing electricity for the first time. While supporters claim that the dam will make an important contribution to economic development in the country, the project has been at the centre of a 11-year-long dispute between Ethiopia, Egypt, and Sudan.
To reach our climate goals, we need more sustainable protein sources. What if we replaced meat with insects?
(This is the third instalment in a series on alternative proteins. Read the introductory article here.)
The COP26 conference marks a breakthrough in the discourse on climate change by addressing fossil fuel subsidies for the first time. Yet, environmental justice continues to be in the forefront of the climate debate.
With increasingly more people living and growing up in urban environments, their connection to land, farming and rural food production risks becoming weaker and more fragmented. I am one of those people who grew up knowing very little of where my food came from and who produced it. This summer, spurred by the idea of sustainability in the local, I decided to find out: What does life look like for small-scale farmers where I am from?