Civil rights ‘under serious attack’ across the globe

More than half of countries use censorship, harassment or violence to repress public debate, warns a reportNearly six in 10 countries are seriously restricting...

‘It’s very easy to save a species’: how Carl Jones rescued...

Without Jones, the world might have lost the Mauritius kestrel, the pink pigeon, the echo parakeet and more – but the biologist’s methods are...

South African community wins court battle over mining rights

High court orders government to get prior community consent before granting mining rights in PondolandEnvironmental activists in South Africa have won a landmark legal...

The Reality of Unreliable Energy in Nepal

It’s Wednesday, October 3rd, and I’m waiting for electricity - again. In the meantime I try to use my time productively in regards of...

Preparing for the ScaleSchool journey to Nepal

Hi! It’s Sonja here. Some of you might know me, some of you aren’t familiar with me yet, but just hold on, during the...
A wodden path through the Bialowieza forest

Dispute about Bialowieza forest in Poland

Written by Tomasz Cholaś, translated by Judyta Lewa and edited by Peter Ashford Pictures by Piotr Grudzinski "Massacre in the Białowieża forest continues", "Eco-activists forcibly removed...