This new reality forces us to think how we can develop a capability that addresses emergent issues in spaces of high uncertainty and what system shifts need to take place.
The COVID-19 pandemic is a new challenge we are facing, and we are facing it as a global society. Like climate change, it is testing our resilience across all sectors of the economy and all areas of development.
Great powers, like water, turned out to be fragile eco-systems easy to damage and hard to restore. What happens when the water disappears?
A look at the progress of women in parliaments since 1995, and through data projections, statistics and key advances in gender quotas and national legislation it provides a picture of women’s political achievements.
From fires to biodiversity, our management of forests is critical to the future of people and planet. A seven year, five region project introduced a new integrated way of planning Turkey's forests.
In a Turkmenistan desert, renovating a water system and bringing in solar energy aims to bring the livestock back to a new landscape.

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19%

of youth are unemployed

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