A shared experience of climate change has facilitated peacebuilding between the Turkana and the Dodoth.
This week: France boycotts, Australia’s new solar farm, Chile to draft new constitution, and water on the moon.
A look at data over the last century shows a dramatic rise in the number of catastrophic natural events.
Listen to the ABC Radio interview, IEP Founder Steve Killelea AM discusses the story behind his work, and how peace can be achieved through trust.
The Ecological Threat Register highlights where increasing environmental stress is leading to high levels of resource scarcity.
Many countries were facing serious food insecurity problems before COVID-19 began to spread.
Protest movements and riots are challenging a range of regimes and political systems around the world.
This week: China prepares troops for war, NZ’s parliamentary diversity, world’s most innovative countries revealed, mining on the moon, and tracking human evolution.
Terrorism has been one of the biggest contributors to the global deterioration in peacefulness, but its impact is waning.
The region is being dragged down the Global Peace Index rankings with drastic falls in peace in Venezuela and Chile.
A comparison between Chile and Haiti shows how the aftermath of natural disasters can differ greatly between countries.
The number of violent incidents related to water have dramatically increased over the last decade.
This week: extreme poverty’s changing face, Nagorno-Karabakh conflict displaces thousands, EU invests in Balkans, and Japanese delivery robots.