Cerrejon is one of the biggest coal mines in the world for energy production, in the middle of indigenous Wayuu territory. Today they suffer from high rates of malnutrition and disease.
A giant vegetation barrier to stop desertification: The Great Green Wall is the world’s most ambitious project to fight the impact of climate change. Why it is struggling to reach its potential.
On World Elephant Day, we tell the story of the Reteti elephant sanctuary in Kenya, the first community owned and run elephant sanctuary in all of Africa that also is hiring indigenous women to be elephant keepers.
IPCC scientists say it all in their latest climate report
On 9th August, the IPCC presented the first part of its sixth Assessment Report. If we don’t act now against the climate crisis, we’ll be forced to live in a state of constant emergency.
“It was like we were on Mars”. Taking stock of recent wildfires across the world
From the Mediterranean to Finland, from Canada to Siberia, wildfires have wiped out thousands of hectares of land. The climate crisis also plays its part.
It’s not true that the Amazon rainforest emits more CO2 than oxygen
It may be true that some parts of the Amazon rainforest are slowly being turned into a savannah, but it’s crucial not to throw in the towel.
Blooming in the Desert documentary portrays the women rewriting history in Raqqa
After having told the story of the women fighting against ISIS, director Benedetta Argentieri returns to Syria to document the revolutionary transformation happening in Raqqa.
Ercan Ayboga, from Kurdistan to Rojava, defending rivers and the right to water
Committed to the struggle for the right to water, in Hasankeyf and in the Syrian region of Rojava. This is the story of water defender Ercan Ayboga.