#Displacement

  • Article: Indonesia Is Moving Its Capital to Avoid Sinking Into the Ocean

    Indonesia Is Moving Its Capital to Avoid Sinking Into the Ocean

    By Joe McCarthy|Aug. 27, 2019

    The move could unleash rampant deforestation in a vital rainforest. Read more

  • Article: 4 Big Obstacles to the Global Goals, According to the Man Who Helped Build Them

    4 Big Obstacles to the Global Goals, According to the Man Who Helped Build Them

    By Joe McCarthy|July 17, 2019

    “The political will to implement the SDGs is still there.” Read more

  • Article: Doctors Without Borders Has to Close Ebola Treatment Center In DRC After Attack

    Doctors Without Borders Has to Close Ebola Treatment Center In DRC After Attack

    By Lerato Mogoatlhe|Feb. 27, 2019

    The center’s at the heart of the Ebola outbreak in the country. Read more

  • Article: Yemen Close to Famine After Port City Comes Under Attack

    Yemen Close to Famine After Port City Comes Under Attack

    From Thomson Reuters Foundation|July 24, 2018

    Estimated 8.4 million people already on verge of starvation Read more

  • Article: These Are the World's 'Most Neglected' Crises

    These Are the World's 'Most Neglected' Crises

    From Thomson Reuters Foundation|June 8, 2018

    Six of the world's 10 most neglected crises are in Africa, according to a new study. Read more

  • Article: IKEA Is Donating Thousands of Mattresses to Refugees Across the US

    IKEA Is Donating Thousands of Mattresses to Refugees Across the US

    By Joe McCarthy|May 15, 2018

    The beds represent a fresh start. Read more

  • Article: There Could Be 143 Million Climate Change Refugees by 2050

    There Could Be 143 Million Climate Change Refugees by 2050

    By Joe McCarthy|March 21, 2018

    This crisis could be avoided. Read more

  • Article: The US Is Finally Talking About Climate Change Displacement

    The US Is Finally Talking About Climate Change Displacement

    By Joe McCarthy|Feb. 27, 2018

    Major stories in the New York Times and Rolling Stone are turning attention toward the crisis. Read more