Inside the civil movement evolving to tackle Indonesia's coal problem – by putting pressure on financial and legal institutions.
With President Fernández rebuking Argentina's debt to the IMF, and calling for climate reparations, we put the solution under the microscope.
Green creator Lydia Bolton is turning unwanted textiles into fun and stylish apparel.
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Campaigners against dust pollution have just secured a key victory. But implications for the health and safety of local children mean change can't come…
There is compelling evidence that piracy has an ecological cause before it is a social problem.
Hur al-Azim Wetland, the largest lagoon in the southwest of Iran, is drying up. The scenes are apocalyptic.
Meet the community teaching young Nigerians about their homeland's biodiversity – and why everyone should help to preserve it.
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A nation shaken by COVID-19 and a new bill clamping down on freedom of speech and association, asks: what does environmental activism look like now?