The revival of millet farming has been tackling malnutrition and improving the livelihoods of Kutia Kondh tribespeople in Odisha state, in eastern India.
A special report from Ecuador’s fisheries delves into the complex reality of being an artisanal fisherman, faced with extortion and environmental collapse.
A woman from West Bengal in India worked through the pandemic to distribute biodegradable sanitary pads among tea garden workers, despite the lockdown.
Rising temperatures: the last seven years were the hottest on record
According to data reported by C3S, 2021 was one of the hottest years on record and Europe experienced a summer of extremes.
The Winter Paralympics offer a light in the shadow of war
With all eyes currently fixed on the war in Ukraine, Paralympians competing in Beijing can show us the bright side of international cooperation.
Africa’s largest bat migration is under threat
Every year, African straw-coloured fruit bats migrate to Kasanka National Park from the Democratic Republic of Congo to pollinate and feed on wild fruits.
Zambia approves a controversial mine despite huge opposition
A huge open-cast copper mine in the heart of the Lower Zambezi National Park threatens to obliterate the ecosystem and millions of livelihoods.
Muslim women in India are fighting for their right to wear a hijab
The Hijab ban has caused a major controversy in India after several Muslim girls were denied entry into a college for wearing the traditional headscarf.