Anthropology, specifically health anthropology (or medical anthropology), can play an important role in addressing health-related issues. The case of Ebola in Guinea is presented.
The use of bicycles is increasingly becoming a means of transport, often labeled "utility cycling" or "urban cycling." The situation in Ljubljana, Slovenia is presented. There is also reference to Kristiansand, Norway.
I worked on a project in Bulgaria that produced a number of short films about Roma. This taught me some lessons about the use of ethnographic films in education and advocacy.
What happens after a development project closes? Do achieved outcomes continue to benefit beneficiaries? Or is the project and all that it achieved forgotten?
Comment in connection with the Climate Change Conference in Paris, France, in December 2015.
The prevalent design hegemony tends to support existing oppressive systems. An alternative approach focuses on the individual and is concerned with social innovation.
Using social media we become involved with the world. The danger is that we become complacent, that we only show our involvement through use of "likes" and other symbols.
Global warming has a dramatic impact on the Great Barrier Reef, the world's largest coral reef ecosystem.
Advanced data technology in support of sustainable development has advantages. There are also disadvantages with using such technology in a developing country.