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Beekeeping relieves land degradation in Kyrgyzstan
Our World 2.0 — 2010 in review
In what has become a tradition, the OW2.0 team looks back at the challenges and triumphs of the year past and shares resolutions for the new one.
Bye-bye, beta! Hello, new design
It is a pleasure to launch our new look! This is another step in our drive to reach ever more readers who can help us to upgrade our world.
Putting nanotech to green use?
After a glimpse of eco-friendly uses of nanotechnology at a recent exhibit in Tokyo, we still have questions.
Usable thoughts on climate
Usable Thoughts: Climate, Water and Weather in the 21st Century is a pocket guide for those uninclined to read scientific research.
Farmers market comes to the UNU
The farmers market at United Nations University is part of a global movement towards more organic, seasonal and local food.
Cutting carbon by degrees
United Nations University staff help save money and cut CO2 emissions by adjusting thermostats and seasonal wardrobe choices.
Young leaders from the global south
United Nations University students from the global south provide us with their thoughts about climate change and energy and food security.
Harvest time in satoyama
The idea of satoyama embodies particular views about nature and its integration with lifestyle, cultural values and resource management practices.
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