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A marriage is usually a celebration of the union of love, but for Moroccan Tarik Iguermia and American Danielle Loustou-Williams, their 2007 marriage celebrated not only their love, and the union of two cultures, but the birth of their non-profit organization, Anzar Exchange. By promoting cross-cultural understanding and communication between its Pennsylvania Chapter and Moroccan Chapter, Anzar Exchange has promoted sustainability in the Berber regions of Morocco by combating desertification through education and reforestation.
The strong image of this remarkable revolutionary explosion in Tunisia, which remains embedded in people's minds, is the image of a man brandishing a loaf to claim democracy. This means that the revolution against social injustice is inevitably a political revolution for democracy. This is what the democratic social movement has been saying: there can be no real development that benefits the whole population without political democracy, without freely elected institutions, without freedom of expression.
Taking steps to control global temperatures is a key issue at the UN talks on climate change in Cancun.
IRIN News - Within the next four decades maize prices could rise by up to 131 percent, there could be 17 million more undernourished children in the poorest countries, and some African farmers might have to give up agriculture if the planet keeps getting hotter, new studies show.