As the weeks since the end of COP26 go by, there’s been more time to reflect on the Glasgow climate conference. And realise that all hope is not yet lost.
A lack of transparency in the fashion supply chains favours labour rights violations and environmental damage. Fashion Revolution is trying to change this.
Poverty among Indian tea workers is laid bare by the Covid-19 pandemic
The second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic has shone a painful spotlight on the dire conditions of tea garden workers struggling against poverty in India.
Brazil Supreme Court suspends “case of the century” for Indigenous land rights
Brazil’s Supreme Federal Court has indefinitely shelved a case that was set to drastically alter indigenous land right claims, leaving its fate uncertain.
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.
The Tokyo 2020 Reconstruction Games start from the tsunami-hit areas
Tokyo is hosts the Olympics but Tohoku, the region hit by the 2011 disaster, also takes centre stage. Its symbol is a miracle pine.
Vandana Shiva. Biography and quotes of the Indian activist and scientist
Influential scientist, activist and author Vandana Shiva fights to protect biological and cultural diversity, and against GMOs.
The heartbreaking lives of pigs raised for meat
Animal Equality reveals the brutality of Europe’s pig meat industry and illegal activities on farms for which many perpetrators haven’t yet been punished.
The sadness of Bolivia’s Yuqui people and the dreams of its women
A special report from the Yuqui territory delves deep into the dreams, challenges, joys and sadness of one of Bolivia’s most vulnerable indigenous groups.
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.
Net-zero emissions by 2030, zero wastage, and zero waste to landfill. The domestic appliances giant explains how it intends to reach its ambitious sustainability goals.
India faces a huge financing gap to tackle climate change and the SDGs
India’s GDP could fall by 90 per cent by 2100 if climate finance isn’t improved. As the country tackles Covid, it mustn’t lose sight of sustainability.
The European Parliament’s bold plan on the circular economy
We must give back to nature more than we extract. The European Union’s circular economy plan sets the guidelines to embrace this paradigm shift.
Africa battles the coronavirus as it faces its first recession in 25 years
While Africa’s Covid-19 response has been praised by some, the pandemic has triggered the continent’s first recession in 25 years.
The European Green Deal in the face of the pandemic
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.