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    Powering Sustainable Food Systems

      Agnes Kalibata,  Special Envoy for the United Nations Food Systems Summit Kristina Skierka, CEO of Power for All.   NAIROBI – The 17 members of the Major...

    What does it take to live in peace? Lessons from Mauritius

      Naseem Aumeerally, Senior Lecturer in English Studies, University of Mauritius Allegra Chen-Carrel, Programme Manager Sustainable Peace Project, AC4 Earth Institute, Columbia University (US) Peter T. Coleman,...

    Mind the Gap: Five avenues to challenge gender bias and boost Mauritius’ recovery

      Myriam Blin, Head of the Charles Telfair Centre, Charles Telfair Campus In this article, Myriam Blin, Head of the Charles Telfair Centre reviews the...

    Resilience through equality: A gender responsive social protection system in Mauritius

      Rachel Moussié - Deputy Director, Social Protection Programme, WIEGO In this article, Rachel Moussié explores how gender-responsive social protection policies can prevent deepening inequalities now...

    Environmentally friendly behavior is easy — tourists just need a ‘nudge’

      Simple cues reduce cognitive strain and provide a nudge — helping tourists to demonstrate environmentally conscious behavior, such as refusing a plastic bag By Tayyibah...

    Fostering Innovation through Clustering of Universities in Mauritius

      Dhanjay Jhurry, Vice-Chancellor, University of Mauritius, Réduit, Mauritius In this article, Professor Dhanjay Jhurry, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Mauritius (UoM), reviews Mauritius’ innovation shortfalls...

    Anthropocene: human-made materials now weigh as much as all living biomass, say scientists

      Jan Zalasiewicz, Professor of Palaeobiology, University of Leicester and Mark Williams, Professor of Palaeobiology, University of Leicester   Our deficiencies have always driven us, even among...

    Exploring the Indian Ocean as a rich archive of history – above and below the water line

      Isabel Hofmeyr, University of the Witwatersrand   Charne Lavery, University of Pretoria   On many beaches around the Indian Ocean, keen observers may spot bits of broken pottery....

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