#Infrastructure

  • Article: Powerful Monsoons in India Kill More Than 270 and Displace 1 Million
    Citizenship

    Powerful Monsoons in India Kill More Than 270 and Displace 1 Million

    By Joe McCarthy|Aug. 14, 2019

    “Our teams have recovered 49 bodies so far.” Read more

  • Article: Half of the World's Poorest People Are Under 18, New Paper Says
    Citizenship

    Half of the World's Poorest People Are Under 18, New Paper Says

    By Daniele Selby  and  Erica Sanchez|Jan. 8, 2019

    The researchers also found that people living in poverty don’t necessarily live in rural areas. Read more

  • Article: Liberia Improves Access to Clean Water After Traumas of Ebola
    Water & Sanitation

    Liberia Improves Access to Clean Water After Traumas of Ebola

    By Joe McCarthy|Jan. 7, 2019

    “Good hygiene practices have added more value to our culture." Read more

  • Article: Olympics 2020: The Road to Tokyo Will Be Paved With Solar Panels
    Finance & Innovation

    Olympics 2020: The Road to Tokyo Will Be Paved With Solar Panels

    June 11, 2018

    New pathways intended to promote the Japanese host city as an eco-friendly destination. Read more

  • Article: Last Year's Hurricane Season Was the Most Destructive on Record. This Year's Could Be Just as Bad.
    Environment

    Last Year's Hurricane Season Was the Most Destructive on Record. This Year's Could Be Just as Bad.

    By Chris Gelardi|May 14, 2018

    Warming oceans are amplifying hurricane intensity. Read more

  • Article: Trump’s Climate Change Cuts Could Cost Country Billions
    Environment

    Trump’s Climate Change Cuts Could Cost Country Billions

    By Joe McCarthy|Feb. 13, 2018

    The budget has little chance of passing. But it still has an effect. Read more

  • Article: This 709-Carat Diamond Just Sold for $6.5M – And All  Profits Will Go Back to Sierra Leone
    Citizenship

    This 709-Carat Diamond Just Sold for $6.5M – And All Profits Will Go Back to Sierra Leone

    By Andrew McMaster|Dec. 5, 2017

    “What’s the value of the life of a child of Sierra Leone? What’s the price of clean water?” Read more

  • Article: Puerto Rico’s Crisis Is Not About ‘Broken Infrastructure.’ It’s About Poverty
    OpinionCitizenship

    Puerto Rico’s Crisis Is Not About ‘Broken Infrastructure.’ It’s About Poverty

    By Phineas Rueckert|Sept. 27, 2017

    Puerto Rico’s crisis in the wake of Hurricanes Irma and Maria is systemic. Read more