Coronavirus, cyclone, locust attack, floods, heatwaves and forest fires: It’s not looking good.
No, that’s not grass.
While only time will tell if these changes will last, here’s some positive news during this dark time.
In 2019, Licypriya Kangujam from Manipur fought the heatwaves, rain and her own tears to hold a solo protest outside Delhi's parliament house. Today, she is one of the global icons fighting for climate justice.
All over the world, we're breathing plastic.
The floods have claimed and displaced more lives than Australia’s bushfires, yet international media is paying the crisis little attention.
Nearly 93,000 people have been forced to abandon their homes, while 60 have died.
Diapers are the second most common pollutants found in Indonesian waters and can really wreak havoc on a water system.
This included garbage bags, instant noodle packets, and even underwear.
Without any protection, they scavenge mountains of trash with their bare hands.
A new report says these companies pollute the most places with the most plastics.
Prevailing views of an exotic, dirty Asia is hurting the environment. In reality, rich western countries are just as much—if not more—at fault.