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L’ouverture des sciences marines, au service d’un océan bien commun de l’humanité

Nadège Legroux, Doctorante AFD-SENS, Agence française de développement (AFD) et Stéphanie Leyronas, Chargée de recherche sur les communs, Agence française de développement (AFD)   450 ans –...

Dummy’s guide to how trade rules affect access to COVID-19 vaccine

  Ronald Labonte, Professor and Distinguished Research Chair, Globalization and Health Equity, L’Université d’Ottawa/University of Ottawa and Brook K. Baker, Professor of Law, Northeastern University The...

Pesticides : les alternatives existent, mais les acteurs sont-ils prêts à se remettre en cause ?

  Michel Duru, Inrae;  Jean-Pierre Sarthou, Inrae;  Olivier Therond, Inrae et Xavier Reboud, Inrae Les débats en cours autour de la réintroduction provisoire des néonicotinoïdes –...

Mauritius oil spill: how coral reefs, mangroves and seagrass could be affected

Sivajyodee Sannassy Pilly, Bangor University; John Turner, Bangor University, and Ronan Roche, Bangor University   Sometimes bad things happen in the worst possible places – like...

Covid-19 and the Environmental Crisis: Towards a Lower-Carbon Recovery

Ludmila Azo, International Development professional working with the United Nations. Global environment improvements as life comes to a halt The Covid-19 pandemic is getting more devastating...

The Coronavirus calls for a Tech-inspired Economic Rethink

  Zaheer Allam, Urban Strategist, The Port Louis Development Initiative   Technology has the potential to be a tool as well as a mean for a faster...

Can the Covid-19 crisis become a booster for digital transformation in Mauritius?

Marc Israel, CEO Aetheis   The Covid-19 crisis has created a surge in digital usage, such as remote work tools and e-commerce. The unfolding Chinese example shows...

Coronavirus vaccine: reasons to be optimistic

Zania Stamataki, University of Birmingham   The first coronaviruses known to infect humans were discovered more than half a century ago – so why are there...

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