Blog: SDGs

The Sustainable Development Goals: A Plan for 2016 and Beyond

As we find ourselves only a number of days into 2016, it’s the time of year when many of us commit to altering our lifestyles in an attempt to abide bold resolutions.  The beginning of this year, however, marks an important benchmark for humanity itself. The world — under the auspices of the United Nations… CONTINUE READING >>


Flushing Away the Issues, One Toilet at a Time

SDG #6: Ensure availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation for all Pehle Shauchalaya, phir Devalaya (peh-lay shah-cha-lay, fir they-va-lay). This might not say much to the those who don’t understand the Indian national language, Hindi, but the phrase – which translates to “Toilets First, Temples Later”- speaks volumes about the sanitation initiative sweeping… CONTINUE READING >>


Partnering for Peace: Building Bridges and Burgers to Connect Cultures

  We can all stop holding our breath — the much anticipated      McWhopper is not going to happen.[1] The proposed jointly-  created “peace burger” between Burger King and McDonald’s  to celebrate the International Day of Peace on September 21st   seems to have eluded us this time around– instead    McDonald’s and Burger King… CONTINUE READING >>


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Waste Management in Addis Ababa

In the most populous landlocked country on the world’s fastest-urbanizing continent, it’s a normal sight to see growing piles of waste lining the Ethiopian capital’s streets. Environmental impact aside, refuse build-up is a hotbed for the cultivation and spread of disease. While local government forces struggle to keep up with the increasing waste problem exacerbated… CONTINUE READING >>

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