On the frontline of war, Yemeni women are building peace | Equal Times

The lived experience of those most affected by war, and those working hardest to end it, has led to a

What will it take for Canada to confront its femicide crisis? | Equal Times

Canada is often perceived as amongst the safest countries in the world, but when you zoom in, rhetoric of a

Banned Identity: A history of couscous during the Spanish Inquisition | EATEN Magazine

For EATEN Magazine No. 7, I wrote about the history of couscous during the Spanish Inquisition — from noble dish

An environmental movement for times of war, too | Open Canada

While current global action focuses on the impact of humans and industry on the environment during peacetime, what about during

Can rewilding restore Europe’s biodiversity and help change the way we think about nature? | Equal Times

The reintroduction of wildlife, which receives disproportionate media attention, is but one element of a broad spectrum of measures that

The olive oil industry is confronting death by spittlebug in Europe | The National

Xylella is one of the ‘most dangerous plant bacteria worldwide’ and has been confirmed in Corsica, the Balearic Islands, southern

Avocados – farmers’ green gold – push southern Spain toward water collapse | The National

Europe’s largest avocado producer is facing ecological costs that are bearing down on the world’s trendiest crop Hundreds of small

The hidden Islamic history of Madrid revealed | Middle East Eye

Muslims, campaigners and tour companies are revealing a heritage too long denied in Spain’s capital Hachim Oulad Mhammed was reading

Hitting nature where it hurts: Iran feels the pernicious effects of U.S. sanctions on biodiversity conservation | Equal Times

US sanctions are hampering conservation interventions necessary to protect critically endangered species from going extinct Situated at the confluence of