Rising sea levels, drought, wildfires, storms, polluted oceans. The unsavoury shopping list of climate change consequence is endless. And yet, despite multiple extreme weather events and dire warnings from scientists that humans have only until 2040 to radically address climate change, politicians globally have not given it the attention it needs and deserves. The time for inaction is over.
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"My father's violence seemed to come out of nowhere. But we later understood that he killed my mother and sister as an ultimate act of control over all of our lives."
Can you assign a value to knowledge? Leading thinkers, dignitaries and entrepreneurs share personal messages on key matters surrounding the power of education.
Today marks the start of COP24. To commemorate the start of the highly anticipated gathering, we take a look back at Christiana Figueres' speech from the latest One Young World 2018 The Hague Summit.
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At age 29, Seleman Yusuph Kitenge is a veteran of a decade of campaigning on youth development, peace and security.