The Amazon Rainforest has often been referred to as the “lungs of the Earth,” producing 20 percent of the world’s oxygen while absorbing greenhouse gases
State executions have climbed since Mohammed bin Salman took power in 2017, including an alarming rise this year—with 134 people executed as of September 2019.
News stories have exposed horrific occurrences of forced labor in the fisheries of Thailand. These fisheries supply large brands around the world that make everyday
The latest estimates by the International Labour Organization (ILO) found that 152 million children between the ages of 5 and 17 are subject to child
“The [mining] industry’s relationship with society is both critical and under pressure”. This statement made four years ago by Canada’s former Extractive Sector Corporate Social
The Migrant Protection Protocols (“MPP”) announced by Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security (“DHS”),Kirstjen Nielsen, in December 2018 were initially implemented in January 2019.
“Traditional knowledge constitute[s] [an] integral [element] of indigenous peoples’ societies and cultures and, consequently, indigenous peoples’ rights to autonomy and self-governance [extends] to such knowledge.”
In recent years, more and more countries across Europe and the United States have been running into legal issues in deciding whether or not to
In March, the European Commission fined Google LLC and its parent company, Alphabet Inc. (Google), €1.49 billion (which equals almost $1.7 billion) for abusive online
Corporate social responsibility (CSR) is a rising trend in business practices as consumers continue to demonstrate their preference for socially and environmentally conscious companies. Though
April 12th is quickly approaching, and with it comes the growing reality of a no-deal Brexit. The effects will extend far beyond the confines of the
CONFLICT OVERVIEW: The Yemeni Civil War is currently considered the world’s largest humanitarian crisis.