Indigenous communities have been leading the way in conservation for centuries. Power needs to shift from polluting industries to people who know how to protect land and nature.
Famous for its pristine nature and exceptional biodiversity, the Kamchatka peninsula in Russia’s Far East has been the scene of an ecological catastrophe.
All over the world, ordinary people suffer from the consequences of industrial meat production. These are just a few of their stories.
The logging season has just started in Germany and forests are under siege. The largest is the Dannenroder forest.
The record-breaking fires in Brazil have already surpassed the grim mark from last year, and Bolsonaro’s government is to blame.
And despite the variations in conditions, we had shared worries - Will the health systems where we live hold? How do we keep ourselves and our families safe?
The FAO has estimated that at least 30% of the food produced globally - worth around $940 billion USD - is wasted annually.
The Wake Up Call 2020 is a meeting between young climate and nature activists, and political leaders from around the world to discuss ocean protection.
Taiwan is home to a diversified coral ecology that is rarely seen in other subtropical areas around the world.
Governments didn’t reach any of the targets in full to slow biodiversity loss, and as a result nature is at breaking point.