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OP-ED: Serve or starve?

OP-ED: Serve or starve?

Shooha Tabil

Sun, Jun 21 2020

Inequality is getting worse in the era of Covid-19

What Covid-19 teaches us about the climate...

What Covid-19 teaches us about the climate...

Shooha Tabil

Sat, Apr 11 2020

Will we be able to create a more sustainable economy in the world after coronavirus?

A failure lurking beneath our...

A failure lurking beneath our...

Shooha Tabil

Tue, Feb 25 2020

Foreign projects may not have truly helped our poor and vulnerable

As our lungs collapse

As our lungs collapse

Shooha Tabil

Fri, Aug 23 2019

The Amazon fire rages on with no end in sight

Bangladesh’s energy conundrum

Bangladesh’s energy conundrum

Shooha Tabil

Mon, Feb 18 2019

Fossil fuels continue to be a decisive barrier to clean energy transition

There’s oil in the water

There’s oil in the water

Shooha Tabil

Sun, Jan 27 2019

Proper disposal and recycling of waste oil has become a necessity 

How energy-friendly is Bitcoin?

How energy-friendly is Bitcoin?

Business

Mon, Jun 4 2018

Bitcoin is slowing down the move away from fossil fuels

The sky’s not the limit

The sky’s not the limit

Shooha Tabil

Fri, May 4 2018

How can we stay within the 1.5C limit?

A case for menstrual leave

A case for menstrual leave

Shooha Tabil , Aditya Manubarwala

Wed, Feb 14 2018

Our workplaces need to be adjusted more for women on their periods

It’s happening right now

It’s happening right now

Shooha Tabil

Mon, Jan 22 2018

Climate change is not a matter we can afford to put off

The ones hit hardest

The ones hit hardest

Shooha Tabil

Wed, Oct 11 2017

Women suffer the most from the effects of climate change