Generations of travelers have stood before the “ksars” of Djado,  wandering their crenellated walls, watchtowers, secretive passages and wells, all of them testifying to a skilled but unknown hand.

Desertification Threatens Mediterranean Forests

Originally posted on DESERTIFICATION:
Heidelberg Earth scientists study natural climate fluctuations of the past 500,000 years – With a view towards predicting the consequences of human-made climate change for Mediterranean ecosystems, Earth scientists from Heidelberg University have studied natural climate and vegetation fluctuations of the past 500,000 years. Their primary focus was the effects…

Freedom of the Press under Attack Worldwide

Originally posted on HUMAN WRONGS WATCH:
Human Wrongs Watch (UN News)* — Disinformation, hate speech and deadly attacks against journalists are threatening freedom of the press worldwide, UN Secretary-General António Guterres said on Tuesday [2 May 2023], calling for greater solidarity with the people who bring us the news.  UN Photo/Mark Garten | File photo…

Stew-pendous: Libyan kusksu

Originally posted on Good Food on Bad Plates:
We don’t typically make a lot of stews because Toddler Mash doesn’t typically eat them. A couple of weekends ago, though,we ended up making a lamb cobbler on the Saturday and kusksu (Libyan couscous with spicy beef and vegetables) on the Sunday. He surprised us on the…