50 years of Earth Day
Earth Day is celebrated all over world on 22 April to raise awareness about the central issue uniting all of humanity: protecting our common home. This year marks the 50th anniversary.
A spotlight on Licypriya Kangujam, the eight-year-old Indian climate change activist raising her voice against climate change inaction and whose tireless campaigning has even led two Indian states to adopt climate change as a school subject.
After a legal battle that lasted two years, Indonesia’s Supreme Court has revoked the permit to mine for coal in the forests of South Kalimantan in Borneo.
Thanks to activists, the voice of the world’s peoples resounded through the COP25 like an alarm bell. Governments didn’t reach the results they demanded, but their cries and messages were stronger than ever, reaching even those who weren’t in Madrid.
Greta Thunberg has become been nominated Person of the Year 2019 by Time magazine, the youngest ever. The motivations behind this choice.
The International Rebellion took place in 60 cities around the world between 7 and 20 October 2019. Extinction Rebellion activists tell their stories from London, the heart of the radical, nonviolent environmental movement, in a video.
20-27 September 2019: these dates will go down in history. Over 7 million people took part in the Climate Action Week, and the third Global Climate Strike marked its peak. Relive every moment through images, activists’ voices and the most important stats from around the world.
Everything you need to know about the third Global Climate Strike. From Australia to the US, live this historic moment with us.
What Greta Thunberg said and did in Rome, where she participated in Fridays for Future’s strike, encouraging young people to keep fighting for the climate.
On the 20th of January Donald Trump celebrated his first year as leader of the United States. Environmental, social and foreign policies: here’s an overview of Trump’s first year.