Environment

Indigenous radio shows confront climate change in Peru

Radio hosts us indigenous language radio broadcasts in Peruvian Amazon to raise awareness and rally isolated villages.

Using radio to confront climate change in Peru

Africa

Sierra Leone warns of more mudslides as rain forecast

Large crack appears on mountainside in Freetown as people are asked to evacuate areas still under threat of mudslides.

Africa

DR Congo landslide kills scores in northeast

At least 60 people killed after heavy rain triggers landslide in fishing village near Lake Albert in the DR Congo.

DR Congo landslide kills scores in northeast

Asia

Monsoon floods kill more than 100 people in Nepal

Flooding caused by heavy monsoon rains has killed more than 200 people and left thousands homeless across South Asia.

Asia

Nepal floods: Farmland and food wiped out

Days of heavy rain have led to flash floods that killed at least 173 people across Nepal, India, and Bangladesh.

Europe

Homes damaged and hundreds flee as Greece wildfires spread

Firefighters in Greece are struggling to contain several wildfires close to the capital, Athens. Dozens of homes have been damaged and hundreds of people have fled the area.

Africa

Witness describes 'disaster' in Sierra Leone's Freetown

Heavy flooding and mudslide hit outskirts of capital Freetown, leaving hospitals struggling to cope with deadly incident.

United States

More than 100 million trees destroyed in California forests

Wildfires have caused plenty of damage to forests in the US.

Latin America

Mexico's wine industry fears climate change

Mexico's wine industry produces more than 25 million bottles of wine a year and it is gathering momentum.

United States

Suburban America is on a steady decline

Many millennials in suburban areas in the US are choosing to live in the centre of cities, with those numbers rising rapidly.

Europe

Emergency military unit battles wildfires in Spain

An emergency military unit has intervened to help stop wildfires as local firefighters can no longer cope.

Environment

Kenya's Sand Wars

Communities are pitted against sand harvesters, powerful cartels and one another as demand for sand in Kenya grows.

Kenya's Sand Wars

Asia Pacific

Hong Kong palm oil spill 'an environmental disaster'

Hong Kong is struggling to clean up 9,000 tonnes of palm oil spilled into the ocean after two vessels collided.

Europe

Spain: Drought takes toll on world's largest olive oil producer

Spain is experiencing its worst drought in decades. The lack of rain means there is less water available for agriculture and questions are being asked about what the future holds for the country's farmers.

Europe

Spain suffers from historic drought crisis

Emergency drought measures have been imposed in parts of Spain, as it experiences its most extreme dry spell since the early 1990s.