Opinion

Demise of the Bees

Demise of the Bees

By Dave Goulson — The Mark News — Bees are important; together with other less known insect pollinators, they pollinate three quarters of the crops we grow in the world. Tomatoes, blueberries, zucchini, strawberries, melons, coffee and cacao –  to name just a few – all rely on pollination by insects. […]

Designing Innovation: Wuhan on the Rise

Designing Innovation: Wuhan on the Rise

By Michael Grove & Tao Zhang — The Mark News — By one measure, it’s the eighth most dynamic city in the world. It has achieved that success not by the isolated-tech-campus approach of Silicon Valley. Rather, Wuhan has become a fast-growing hotbed for tech, education, and innovation by fostering […]

 Local Resilience 

 Local Resilience 

By The Culture and Disaster Action Network — The Mark News— After the shock, culture to the rescue This is the second piece of a two-part series on how culture impacts disaster relief.   The first was, A Helping Hand, was published  Jul. 18.  Disasters cause enormous damage and loss in […]

Global Health, Today and Tomorrow

Global Health, Today and Tomorrow

Making the planet a healthier place – and, by extension, more secure and economically vibrant – requires the attention not only of world leaders and organizations but the dedication of a whole community of health care professionals on the ground tackling the issues day in and day out.

by · July 24, 2017 · 0 comments · Op-Ed Contributors, Opinion