Mobilizing Mutant Mosquitoes to Fight Malaria

By Dana McLaughlin and Judith Recht on August 18, 2021

World Mosquito Day today marks the 1897 discovery by Sir Ronald Ross that female Anopheles mosquitoes spread malaria. Since that breakthrough, the world has fought …

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Youth Are Leading the Charge to a Brighter Post-COVID World

By Sarah Alaoui on August 12, 2021

Young people around the world remain optimistic that an inclusive, resilient recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic is possible. With creativity …

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7 Innovative Ways American Universities are Driving Progress on the SDGs

By Sarah Alaoui on August 12, 2021

People across America are using the Sustainable Development Goals as a road map to build back better by turning these …

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A Double Vaccine Crisis is Endangering Millions of Children

By Martha Rebour and Lori Sloate on August 3, 2021

World health experts met recently to discuss an emerging global health crisis linked to the COVID-19 pandemic: plummeting rates of …

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30 Years Polio-Free: How the Americas’ Global Health Milestone Can Help End Polio for Good

By Dr. Ana Elena Chévez on July 29, 2021

In August 1991, health officials in Peru received notice of a suspected case of polio in the small Andean region …

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A Conversation on the Rural Midwest and the SDGs

By Anthony Pipa on July 28, 2021

People across the U.S. are using the Sustainable Development Goals as a road map to build back better by turning …

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Ahead of the Next Major Global Climate Report, 5 Questions About the IPCC

By Alix Kashdan on July 23, 2021

2021 is a pivotal year for global action on the climate crisis. Heat waves, rising seas, and more severe storms …

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SDG Champions Reflect on Local Progress Amid COVID-19 Setbacks

By Sarah Alaoui on July 22, 2021

From Nigeria to Colombia, engaged change-makers are using the SDGs to drive progress in their local communities. After a difficult …

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Fast Enough and Strong Enough — It’s Time to Level the Playing Field for Girls and Women

By Michelle Milford Morse on July 19, 2021

On April 19, 1966, Roberta Gibb finished the Boston Marathon ahead of nearly two-thirds of the male runners coursing through …

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