Zoe Tabary, World Economic Forum

Zoe Tabary

World Economic Forum

United Kingdom

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Past articles by Zoe:

One billion people fear losing their home, according to a new poll

A global poll by Gallup has revealed that one billion people worldwide fear losing their home or land within the next five years. → Read More

London is transforming its double-decker buses into homeless shelters

British-based social enterprise Buses4Homeless coverts decommissioned buses into a shelter for homeless people, with spaces for sleeping, dining, cooking, job training and relaxing. → Read More

Africa: One in Three Fear Losing Homes in West and Central Africa, Poll Finds

The survey was the largest ever global effort to document how people feel about their homes and land and found concerns were highest in West and Central Africa → Read More

Swedes ditch glitzy Xmas ads to guide homeless to shelter

Downtown billboards have swapped commercial ad content for directions guiding the homeless to their nearest shelter → Read More

The final frontier: who owns the oceans and their hidden treasures?

LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Ransom-hungry pirates, polar explorers, offshore oil giants - the race for the riches of the world's final frontier is on. → Read More

Land laws worthless without proof of ownership

From South Africa to the Amazon, battles over land and who owns it are unleashing unprecedented conflict and labyrinthine legal cases → Read More

Mali: Murky Water and Rotten Food

"This dirty water flooding our city - it's poison" → Read More

This former Parisian wasteland is now an 'eco-neighbourhood'

The Clichy-Batignolles area, a former industrial wasteland, has morphed into a model of sustainable development. → Read More

Too good to be true? Slum graffiti warns Kenyans about trafficking risks

NAIROBI (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Brutal images of a woman cowering as a man beats her and of a terrified girl in chains sprayed on the walls of Kenya's Mathare slum bring a hidden crime into view - human trafficking. → Read More

Kenya: With Refrigerated ATMs, Camel Milk Business Thrives

Halima Sheikh Ali is the proud owner of one of the few ATMs in Wajir town in northeast Kenya. But rather than doling out shilling notes, it dispenses something tastier: a fresh pint of camel milk. → Read More

'Race is on' to end trafficking, says UK anti-slavery chief

BRUSSELS (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - The starting gun has fired and "the race is on" to save the estimated 40 million people trapped in slavery worldwide, Britain's outgoing anti-slavery chief said at a conference on modern-day slavery on Wednesday. → Read More

Corridor to the future? Mauritania's nomadic herders seek safe passage through drought

Mauritania’s pastoralists have for centuries moved their cattle and goats across the Sahel in search of pasture, but worsening drought is making that ever ... → Read More

Brexit 'will not change' UK's climate ambition :government official

LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Britain's plan to leave the European Union will not affect its commitment to curb carbon emissions and combat climate change, a senior British government official said on Tuesday. → Read More

Mauritania: As Drought Keeps Men On the Road, Pastoralist Women Take Charge

Every year when the pastoralist men in Fatima Demba's Mauritanian village return from their months-long journey to find pastures and water, the women erupt in wild celebrations. → Read More

Bangladesh PM says country 'cannot wait' for help with climate action

The government is building disaster-proof schools and homes, and improving living conditions in refugee camps, the PM said. → Read More

Mauritania: Force Feeding Burdens Obese Girls With Diabetes, Heart Disease

When Souadou Isselmou was made to eat buckets of porridge as a child in southern Mauritania, she hated it so much she would hide food under her armpits and throw it in the toilet. → Read More

Don't let Trump, Brexit derail climate action – European officials

LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Countries should step up their efforts to tackle climate change in spite of U.S. President Donald Trump's decision to pull his country out of the Paris climate change deal and Britain's plan to leave the European Union, energy officials said Monday. → Read More

Irish Lawmaker Proposes Ban On 'Harmful, Deceptive' Conversion Therapy

The widely discredited practice has only been completely banned in three nations so far. → Read More

Women, LGBT people 'invisible' victims of disasters: experts

LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - A lack of data on the impact of disasters on women, girls and lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people is excluding them from relief efforts and damaging their ability to recover from shocks, experts said on Wednesday. → Read More

Pregnant victims of trafficking in Britain lack adequate healthcare

Nearly two in three trafficking victims who are pregnant – many as a result of rape – received no antenatal care before their third trimester → Read More