If we want to limit the rise of average global temperatures to 1.5 degrees, we can emit only a limited amount of CO2. This is the carbon budget.
President Erdoğan has pulled Turkey out of the Istanbul Convention, key in the fight against gender violence, claiming that it favours the LGBT community rather than family values.
Lewis Hamilton, seven-time world champion and first-ever black Formula 1 driver, has devoted himself to human and animal rights, and the environment.
Food waste is a paradox that the European Union is fighting to solve
Food waste is a serious problem and we’re paying a dear price for it, but the European Union has many ideas on how to stop it.
The Greater Aletsch Glacier, a journey into the melting heart of the Alps
In the heart of Switzerland lies the largest glacier in the Alps, the Greater Aletsch Glacier. However, climate change is threatening its very existence.
Indigenous leaders want the ICC to try Bolsonaro for crimes against humanity
Jair Bolsonaro is accused of crimes against humanity for persecuting indigenous Brazilians and destroying the Amazon. We speak to William Bourdon and Charly Salkazanov, the lawyers bringing the case before the ICC.
Celebrate the Lungs of the Earth on 21st March, the International Day of Forests
Our species took its first steps in a world covered in trees. Today, forests offer us sustenance, shelter, and clean the air that we breathe.
Mexico could pass a law improving the lives of millions of farmed animals
In Mexico, the lives of millions of farmed animals could potentially change for the better if a new law that aims to protect them is approved.