What do traditional Maasai people use mobile phones for?
What does God have to do with climate change? A lot, if you want to engage with communities in the Pacific Islands, where almost everyone goes to church and religious leaders are hugely influential.
Already becoming a darling of Wall Street, blockchain technology's biggest real benefits could come to the world's poorest people. Here's how.
In its agenda to reform global economic governance the developing world should look for ways to extract some value from the G20.
We check the facts on how Australia's foreign aid spend has changed over time.
Natural disasters remain disproportionately a hazard for the world's poor.
Scientists from the developing world perceive current visa rules as a major impediment to professional travel. They miss out on opportunities to collaborate globally.
Here's how cultural practices are playing a role in many countries in incentivizing parents to educate their girls.
Inexpensive cloth face masks, worn by many people in heavily polluted countries, offer only partial protection. Instead governments should warn people to avoid exposure and work to clear the air.
The world's use of finite resources continues to rise as global development continues. Can we help poorer nations raise their standard of living without exhausting all of our raw materials?
Many women across the world feel unable to refuse sex or request condom use. Empowering them could help bring down HIV rates.
Many developing economies have already embraced the sharing economy, now they have a platform to get more out of it.
Invasive species and diseases pose a major threat to agriculture – particularly in the countries that can least afford it.
Millions of people live without access to electricity. Now it's a battle between coal and renewables to bring cheap power.
Climate justice is becoming an increasingly important part of climate action.
The global economy is already unsustainable – let alone if it gets bigger.
Big new investors such as the Asian Infrastructure Development Bank are key players in a worldwide infrastructure, and that could be bad news for the environment.
There's enough water under the ground to form a lake 100m deep over the earth.
Much international aid fails to achieve its ends because the technology employed is not "appropriate" to its intended environment or culture. This needs to change.
The countries that have contributed the least to climate change will experience the worst of its effects.