Inventor Martin Fisher designs easy irrigation tools for African farmers.
A Christian Science perspective on daily life.
Surveys and research link true happiness to a smaller footprint on the ecology.
A world free from predators would not be idyllic.
Rising incomes raise appetite for meat. But how many can ‘eat like an American’?
One-fourth of bishops have declined to attend a once-a-decade gathering of clergy.
Conversions to Judaism among African-Americans are growing in a way that could affect the presidential election.
Despite environmental and ownership concerns, opportunities exist in the production and delivery of fresh water, say two financial experts.
Water and food shortages present larger challenges than economic woes linked to a declining population, says author.
President Sarkozy's launches his project Sunday of building a 44-state union in the region.