Latin America Begins to Discover Electric Mobility

Jay Owen Greentech

Latin America Begins to Discover Electric Mobility
Daniel Gutman

With 80 percent of the population living in urban areas and a vehicle fleet that is growing at the fastest rate in the world, Latin America has the conditions to begin the transition to electric mobility – but public policies are not, at least for now, up to the task. That is the assessment of … MORE > >

Migrants Bringing Melodies to the Streets of Rome: Traditional Music Returns to the Eternal City
Maged Srour

During the past recent years, the city of Rome has experienced a rise in the presence of musicians in its streets and in particular those playing traditional sounds. It does not take a long time, while walking in the streets of Rome, to see a band playing joyful traditional sounds in Piazza Navona. … MORE > >

Nuclear Nonproliferation Malpractice
Daryl G. Kimball

The global nuclear nonproliferation system has always relied on responsible leadership from the United States and other global powers. The effort to create, extend, and strengthen the nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty (NPT), which was opened for signature 50 years ago on July 1, 1968, has succeeded, … MORE > >

World Environment Day Highlights Deadly Cost of Plastic
Sopho Kharazi

On June 5th, World Environment Day will be hosted in India under the banner of “Beat Plastic Pollution,” aiming to raise awareness and civic engagement alongside creating a global movement to reduce the amount of plastic in the environment. World Environment Day addresses four main campaigns. … MORE > >

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UN Migration Agency Helps Somali Migrants Return Home from Libya
International Organization for Migration

Yesterday (30/05), IOM, the International Organization for Migration, in collaboration with the Libyan and Somali Governments and with support from the European Union, facilitated the voluntary return to Mogadishu of 150 Somali migrants stranded in Libya. The majority of them had been held in … MORE > >