By Denis Chopera     DURBAN – Less than five months after the first documented case of the COVID-19 coronavirus, infections

By Erik Berglöf     LONDON – The COVID-19 coronavirus is disrupting practically every aspect of life all over the world.

By Emtithal Mahmoud   NEW HAVEN – At a recent private dinner at the World Economic Forum held to discuss climate change, the

By Toyin Saraki   ABUJA – We have a decade left to achieve the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), and we are

By Adaora Okoli   NEW ORLEANS – Six years ago, the Ebola virus ravaged West Africa. While Ebola is deadly and highly contagious,

By Mary Fitzgerald   LONDON – In Europe, if you go to a public hospital seeking medical advice, you expect accurate,

By Françoise Girard   NEW YORK – From US Republicans’ effort to get the Supreme Court to overturn Roe v. Wade, the 1973 ruling

By Michael Froman & Rajiv Shah   NEW YORK – Science has revolutionized medicine and agriculture over the last 100 years,

By Ifeanyi M. Nsofor   ABUJA – When the US Food and Drug Administration approved the new Ebola vaccine Ervebo last month, I was

By Esther Ngumbi   URBANA, ILLINOIS – On December 5, the world marked World Soil Day. The theme this year, “Stop Soil Erosion,