Climate Change and Resilience Strategies in Oceania

  • Jun 17, 2024
Oceania's coastal and marine ecosystems face severe threats due to climate change, with rising sea temperatures leading to coral bleaching and ocean acidification. These conditions create hostile environments for marine life, causing significant disruptions in biodiversity.

Renewable Energy Success Story of Iceland – Green in Full Gear

While some countries are yet to start with clean energy, others have gone far along the way. Iceland's renewable energy transformation has turned the country into a land of plenty that others look up to.

Jun 11, 2023

Financial Crime with Cryptocurrencies

Since the origination of Bitcoin, dozens of other cryptocurrencies have appeared on the market. Crypto has become a widespread means of payment, investment, and fund transfer with their overall value hitting the cap of $3 Trillion in 2021.

May 15, 2023

The Rise of AI – Embracing the Capabilities of ChatGPT

The innovative technology has been attracting nearly 1,000,000 new users per week lately. Given its truly multimodal capabilities, the chatbot has taken the tech market by storm. It was having an estimated number of 100 million users by January 2023, making it the fastest growing platform ever.

Apr 17, 2023

Turkey-Syria Earthquake

Both Turkey & Syria have been massively affected triggering an acute humanitarian crisis. However, the situation in Syria has been further complicated by the country’s specific circumstances. Failing as a state under global economic sanctions and burdened by war and the refugee crisis, serving the populations in need has become a real challenge for the country.

Feb 20, 2023

Ukraine-Russia Conflict – Ramifications for Global Economy

Ukraine-Russia Conflict - a protracted conflict between the two breadbaskets of the World - does not go easy on global markets or overall economic growth. Besides the two countries providing 30% of the World’s wheat and barley, the Russian Federation has long been a top natural gas supplier.

Feb 14, 2023

Unfolding Global Labor Market Dynamics

According to the ILO’s World Employment and Social Outlook 2023, global employment is expected to expand by only 1% in 2023 with no major improvement awaited in 2024. This means that the gaps created by the infamous pandemic are not set to close within the coming two years. The situation is expected to vary across regions with Europe and Central Asia being hit the hardest due to Ukraine Conflict.

Feb 3, 2023

AI on par with clinicians in the detection of Tuberculosis

According to the WHO for the year 2019 reported tuberculosis cases reached 10 million with 1.4 million losing their lives to the infection. Unsurprisingly, the burden of tuberculosis is not evenly distributed among countries with developing states being affected the most largely owing to limited health expertise and lack of medical equipment.

Nov 9, 2022

Emergency Logistics at the Heart of Disaster Relief Operations

Emergency logistics has been defined as the support function that ensures the timely delivery of emergency resources and rescue services into the regions affected by disasters. It is considered the key to efficient and effective alleviation of disaster impact in its immediate aftermath. Thereby, relief supply chains are expected to be the most agile and adaptive.

Oct 2, 2022

MHPSS to help yield better results in humanitarian action

Potentially traumatizing experiences do not affect everyone equally. Men, women, girls, and boys of different ages may have different ways of experiencing and expressing distress.

Sep 13, 2022

Migration-Trafficking Nexus

There are approximately 258 million migrants worldwide. Considering the rising number and intensity of conflicts globally, this number is only expected to grow. Evidence suggests that there are strong connections between migration and criminal forms of exploitation and primarily modern-day slavery. There are many drivers to such a situation, but certain patterns exist.

Jun 26, 2022

Violence Against Children – The Critical Issue for Global Development

According to the Council of Europe, corporal punishment is the most widely spread form of violence against children. The UN Committee on the Rights of the Child defines corporal punishment as “any punishment in which physical force is used and intended to cause some degree of pain or discomfort, however light.” International law clearly establishes every child’s right to be protected against violence.

May 13, 2022

How to Facilitate Successful Adult Learning Journey

It is not surprising that the fast-paced world has turned adult learning into a critical matter. However, the way adults choose to learn is different from that of younger children. Older students enter education institutions and training centers with life and work experiences that are coupled with responsibilities. Thus, they are selective with what they choose to study or listen to.

Feb 17, 2022

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