The most comprehensive assessment to date of the social, economic and ecological consequences of human-induced climate change was released today. Erin Nash breaks it down into what you need to know.
Words and knowledge are important to climate change-related social justice. Erin Nash explains how despite their different understandings of its causes, Australians and Cambodians can both benefit from accurate information about climate change to steer a more ethical course in addressing it.
While free market economics have led to rapid growth in many poor countries, its failures lead to unsustainable growth that taxes our planet. Erin Nash describes Jeffrey Sachs' advocacy for Sustainable Development Goals, and raises questions about their development.
Last week, Erin and Brendan conducted an online survey to get a feel for the dating and love landscape in the aid sector. Over 115 people responded. In this post, they present the findings and discuss the implications for gender equality, dating and finding that someone special.
Love in the humanitarian field is a tough game. Finding that ‘special someone’ can be a bit trickier for aid workers. We know that there are at least 52 reasons to date an aid worker, but where are they and how can you find them? Is it actually hard or just bruised egos? Erin and Brendan explore what it takes...