As the 2022 U.N. Climate Change Summit convenes, NPR’s Picture Show is featuring work by photographers that highlights the effects of climate change around the world.
Michael Northrop writes on economics and the environment–critical pieces of polycrisis work.
The Argentine Association of Environmental Lawyers has constituted a space for activism related to environmental and social justice for over twenty years.
Health of Mother Earth Foundation (HOMEF) is pleased to be partnering with the Omega Collaborative and Commonweal in executing the Omega Resilience Awards (ORA) programme through the Omega Resilience Awards – Africa (ORA - Africa) platform. We are excited about this...
Pandemic, drought, floods, mega storms and wildfires, threats of a third world war — how rapidly we have become inured to the list of shocks. So much so that, from time to time, it is worth standing back to consider the sheer strangeness of our situation. As former US...
A more nuanced depiction of voters and issues can help newsrooms better report on elections and political campaigns.
If alarm bells are ringing loudly and incessantly it’s because
governments, civil society, activists, development organisations,
and donors are signalling the negative impact of the war in
Ukraine on African food systems.
As the planet reels from unprecedented heatwaves, floods, wildfires and droughts, you may be feeling a rising sense of unease or even panic.
In this fourth installment of conversations with Daniel Schmachtenberger, Nate Hagens dives deeper into the nuances of humans using energy, materials and technology.
You can never really see the future, only imagine it, then try to make sense of the new world when it arrives.