Next stop Washington D.C. A report from the streets of the United States capital on the day of President Joe Biden’s inauguration.
Medio ambiente, economía, clima y derechos. Examinamos lo que el presidente saliente de EEUU, Donald Trump, hizo durante su mandato.
Donald Trump’s four years in office as President of the United States
Environment, the economy, climate change and human rights. A look back at Donald Trump’s one-term, four-year presidency.
The next Anthropology Congress won’t be held in an Indian “factory school” for tribal children
Activists hail the decision not to hold the 2023 World Anthropology Congress at a controversial Indian school for tribal children as originally planned.
2020: a year in news stories that have changed the face of humanity
This year has changed the face of humanity but could also mark the end of an unsustainable lifestyle. We look back at the top 10 news stories of 2020.
Renewed clashes in Western Sahara shed light on the plight of the Sahrawi people
Hostilities between Morocco and the Sahrawi people over control of Western Sahara defy a 1991 peace treaty that hasn’t been brought to fruition.
Coronation, Ai Weiwei’s documentary filmed by Wuhan residents during lockdown
In Coronation, a documentary filmed by the people of Wuhan, the dissident Chinese artist documents the government’s rigid control during lockdown.
Native American Charles Curtis was the first US vice president of colour
In the 1930s, at a time when minority political representation in the US was extremely rare, proud Native American Charles Curtis became vice president.
Uganda is on fire. Why riots broke out in the once stable nation
A look at the events behind the recent violence in Uganda, where riots broke out following opposition candidate Bobi Wine’s arrest, leaving 45 people dead.
As if they never existed. More women have gone missing in Peru during the pandemic
The consequences of the coronavirus in Peru go far beyond health and the economy as lockdown has led to the disappearance of thousands of girls and women.
The pandemic has hit Europe hard, but it won’t put a stop to the Green Deal. In fact, the green transition is the key to relaunching the EU economy.
Manufacturing and sustainability: the Life MATHER project’s final event, and the 2021-2027 Life Programme
Whirlpool, t2i and the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA) present the Life MATHER project’s results during a digital event on Wednesday 9 December.
Mosab al-Hindi’s fight for water, and against huge odds, in Gaza
Over 90% of Gaza’s groundwater isn’t safe to drink. Mosab al-Hindi is fighting against huge odds to preserve water resources there.
European Green Deal, how the sustainable transition will transform Italy
The European Green Deal provides a set of concepts, tools and goals to support Italy’s sustainable transition – all the more vital post-pandemic.
The European Green Deal seen through the eyes of citizens
The European Green Deal launched by Ursula von der Leyen’s Commission is a colossal transformation that involves the economy, industry and society. Faced with this challenge, citizens are proving to be responsive and proactive.
Embracing beekeeping to stop fatal tiger attacks in Sundarbans mangrove forest
Beekeeping as an alternative livelihood to stop locals from venturing into Sundarbans, the world’s largest mangrove forest, and encountering tigers.
Sociologist Walden Bello on how we can change the world after the pandemic
Democracy places a key role in putting the Covid-19 crisis behind us. An interview with Walden Bello, who has dedicated his life to defending human rights.
Brexit, what it means for EU citizens in the UK and vice versa
Much uncertainty remains in the transition period. Here’s what EU citizens living in the UK, and vice versa, should know about and expect from Brexit.
Will sustainability take a back seat or steer a green recovery after Covid?
We must decide: in a post-Covid world, will we put emphasis on sustainability to achieve a green recovery or dust ourselves off and continue as before?