The Rush to Save Argentina's Malbec | Americas Quarterly
October 21, 2019
Climate change is making water scarce in wine country - putting the Argentine staple at risk.
Meat substitutes could cut China’s overseas climate footprint | Diálogo Chino
July 08, 2019
The rise of plant-based meat alternatives could reduce pressures on land and water
Farm to Phone: How Latin America Is Feeding China With E-Commerce | Americas Quarterly
May 09, 2019
Technology is feeding China’s growing middle class’ taste for Latin flavors.
How China Is Closing the Soft Power Gap in Latin America | Americas Quarterly
April 23, 2019
China’s influence in Latin America falls short when it comes to cultural ties. Confucius Institutes across the region are trying to bridge the gap.
Argentina Has a Plan to Curb Childhood Obesity, but It May Not Be Enough | Malnutrition Deeply
June 01, 2018
The country has developed an ambitious plan to tackle overweight and obesity, but has seen some of its efforts derailed by industry objections. Now advocates are pushing for legislation that would codify the plan.
Senegal's women-run radio stations broadcast for peace | Al Jazeera English
May 17, 2018
Female reporters in Senegal's Casamance region break the communication barriers between opposing sides.
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