Of all the world's languages, around half are more or less endangered, with several becoming extinct annually. This article addresses the impact of endangered languages and language extinction on land tenure and land degradation.
About the number of languages existing in the world today. But even more about those languages that are vulnerable, those that have disappeared in the recent past, and above all about those that will disappear in the years to come.
On the often lacking realism in making promises – to ourselves and/or to the world – in connection with the New Year, and a humanistic approach to dealing with this.
A story of how an American organization was concerned that African children did not get milk, and accordingly sent a number of cows. The story did not end so well.
Climate change - what's next? COP 25 in Madrid er over and the participants have traveled home. Some compain over the outcomes, while all are concerned with planning ahead.
Klimaendringer – hva nå? COP 25 i Madrid er over og deltagerne har dratt hjem. Noen slikker sårene, men alle er opptatt av å planlegge framover.
A story about when I met my "brother" at Oslo Airport Gardermoen, about the village Kviteseid, about family roots, and about a fishing trip. On another level this is also a story about Norway.
En historie om da jeg traff "bror min" på Gardermoen Flyplass, om Kviteseid, om familierøtter, og om en fisketur. På et annet plan er dette også en historie on Norge.
Black Friday shows how we may behave in collective settings. We are social animals, and situations like Black Friday can show the extreme variants of this. The resulting mass hysteria has been likened with one of the paintings of Pieter Bruegel the Elder.
In traditional small-scale fisheries is mosquito nets are increasingly, turned into fish nets. They are distributed for free by donors. With their small mesh widhts they catch more fish, and smaller fish, than regular fish nets.