Massive cyclones Tauktae and Yaas have claimed lives and livelihoods, as well as affecting the Covid-19 vaccination drive in India’s coastal states.
A Dutch court has handed down a historic ruling: oil giant Shell will have to cut its emissions to comply with the Paris Agreement.
In response to a lack of public services, organisations and individuals are helping citizens weather the devastating Covid-19 crisis in India.
Our Wild Calling, a book that beckons us to reconnect with nature
Through stories of encounters between humans and animals, Our Wild Calling offers a way out of an age of solitude. We speak to author Richard Louv.
Filastine & Nova, sailing across the world to share music and environmentalism
Survival, multiculturalism, plastic islands. Musician Grey Filastine recounts his adventure aboard the Arka Kinari, which set sail in 2019 and spent much of last year adrift in the Pacific because of the pandemic.
India’s Jenu Kuruba indigenous tribe protests forced evictions from the forest
Jenu Kuruba, a honey-collecting indigenous tribe of India, accuses the local government of forcefully evicting them from the forest that is their home.
No one needs the Istanbul Convention more than Turkey
The state of women’s rights in Turkey is critical, and gender-based violence is increasing. The country’s withdrawal from the Istanbul Convention will only make matters worse.
One in three. Violence against women is a global pandemic
One in three women have suffered physical or sexual violence. With contributions from Europe, Africa, Asia and Latin America, we look at how this shadow pandemic affects every corner of the world.