11 December is International Mountain Day
The 2019 edition of International Mountain Day is “Mountains matter for youth”, highlighting the need to bring young people back to highland areas to take care of their cultural and natural resources.
“The climate crisis doesn’t exist in the vacuum”. We talk to climate activist Jamie Margolin on the importance of showing up in the streets to push governments to act, as well as on how the climate cause and human rights are intertwined.
“Local leaders have to ensure that changes happen. Every action a city takes for climate has an impact on the whole world”. We interviewed Ekrem İmamoğlu, Mayor of Istanbul, about mayors’ key role in tackling the global climate crisis.
A face behind every sign. A story behind every face. Meet the young (and not-so-young) people who marched for the planet during the third Global Climate Strike.
“People are suffering and dying. Ecosystems are collapsing. We’re in the beginning of a mass extinction. And all you can talk about is money and fairytales of eternal economic growth. How dare you?” Greta Thunberg’s speech at the Climate Action Summit in New York on 23 September, in full.
Overshoot Day marks the point when humanity has used up the Earth’s resources for a year. And the date comes earlier and earlier every year.
The 50th anniversary of the Moon landing on 20 July has awakened the fantasy of many. Here’s the perfect playlist of musicians who have let themselves be inspired by the universe and its celestial bodies.
The photographic project Daily Overview shows the majestic beauty of nature and the invasive presence of humans, with the aim to inspire awe and encourage us to protect the Planet of which we’re guests. We talk to its creator, Benjamin Grant.