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Race against time

BY LEITHEN FRANCIS Issue 4 – September 2019   Borneo’s rainforests are rich in biodiversity and home to many endangered animals, such as orangutans, Asian two-horned rhinoceros and clouded leopards. Deforestation, driven by the timber industry, mining and the development of palm oil plantations, appears to be destroying these animals’ habitats and possibly destroying our…

Nationwide fundraising in Chile

BY SANTIAGO RIVAS AND FLORENCIA LUCERO HEGUY Issue 3 – March 2019   When an entire country gets together to help people in need, it not only raises much-needed funds, but the collective effort also proves that people can make a difference. Being part of an annual collaborative effort to change the world continues to…

Connecting people and places in the remote Canadian North

BY EVRA TAYLOR Issue 2 – September 2018   In this era of lightning-fast global travel and instant connectivity, life for people living in Canada’s Northwest Territories (NWT), Nunavut and Yukon, takes on a very different speed – and perhaps, as a result, a very different meaning. Northern Lights over Downtown Whitehorse (Photo: iStock) This…

What difference does it make?

BY CHRISTINE ANNE BERGER Issue 1 – February 2018   How much effort does it take to deliver humanitarian relief to Somalis suffering from civil war and drought? LoveDornier228 takes a closer look at some of the logistical challenges the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) faces in Somalia. Xuddur’s landing strip is an…

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