Why Thousands Of Refugees Have Drowned Trying To Get To Europe This Year Huffington Post The WorldPost spoke to Michel Gabaudan, president of Refugees International, an independent organization that "advocates for lifesaving assistance and...
The Guardian (blog) Artist Alex Seton on asylum: 'Someone died trying to have a life like mine' The Guardian (blog) The term “non-refoulement” refers to a legal principle to which many countries are bound, protecting asylum seekers and refugees...
« As a leader in capturing our world through brilliant imagery, National Geographic sets the standard for photographic excellence. Last year, we received more than 7,000 entries from over 150 countries, with professional photographers and amateur photo enthusiasts across the globe participating. Well, it's that time of year again—send us your best shots in any of these three categories: people, places and nature. Please submit images that accurately reflect the captured moment in time. In other words, keep it real. »
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Copycats: Ten Ways We've Mimicked Nature and Gained The Weather Channel That's the concept behind biomimicry — using ideas and strategies perfected by nature to make technological advancements — and it's one that Schwan's organization, Biomimicry...
A Frenchman has reached the halfway point in a kayaking voyage from Tunisia to Brussels, where he hopes to present a petition for asylum seekers’ rights to the European Parliament (The amazing Alexandre Georges is kayaking 3700km from Tunisia to...
A new online resource, developed by researchers at the University of Cambridge in collaboration with other organisations based in Cambridge, helps those in both the public and private sector see how changes to an ecosystem can affect its value, in order to make more informed decisions about how the natural environment should be developed.
The Toolkit for Ecosystem Service Site-based Assessment (TESSA) was launched online this week.
Yahoo Travel 11-Year-Old Defends Parents' Decision to Let Her Travel to Paris Alone Yahoo Travel Rosalie Atkins lives in England, and penned a piece for the Daily Mail defending her parents' decision to let her travel abroad without their...
50 million people in the world today have been forcefully displaced from their home — a level not seen since WWII. Right now, more than 3 million Syrian refugees are seeking shelter in neighboring countries. In Lebanon, half of these refugees are children; only 20% are in school. Melissa Fleming of the UN's refugee agency calls on all of us to make sure that refugee camps are healing places where people can develop the skills they’ll need to rebuild their hometowns.
Tan-awan, in the southern Philippines island of Cebu, used to be a sleepy village that never saw tourists unless they were lost or in transit. Yet now they flock there by the hundreds - to swim with whale sharks, the world's largest fish.
Photographer Massimo Sestini accompanied the Italian navy on its rescue missions earlier this month, offering a rare up-close glimpse of the men, women and children who make the dangerous trip to start a new life (RT @Yyadiloh: Extraordinary image...
The world's first and only species to go "extinct" because of climate change has been found alive and well - and living where it always has for the past 80,000 or so years - on the Indian Ocean atoll of Aldabra.
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