Africa

Rescue operation under way in Kenya after building collapse

At least two people have been killed in Kenya's capital after the collapse of a six-storey residential building.

Opinion

Why a 'Green New Deal' must be decolonial

The Green New Deal will not work unless it dismantles neocolonial structures exploiting nature and people.

Vijay Kolinjivadi

by Vijay Kolinjivadi

Vijay Kolinjivadi

Environment

Greta Thunberg arrives at COP25 to lead Madrid protest

The teenager has become the figurehead of a global movement of climate justice activists.

Thunberg arrives at COP25 to lead mass protest

Asia Pacific

A Maori woman's journey to zero waste

Miriama Kamo is a Maori woman from New Zealand, who has embarked on a very public journey towards zero waste.

Interactive

'Money can't buy us': Mapping Canada's oil pipeline battle

We travel more than 2,000km and visit communities along the route of the oil pipeline that cuts across Indigenous land.

'Money can't buy us': Mapping Canada's oil pipeline battle

Opinion

The dark side of the Nordic model

Scandinavian countries may top every ranking on human development, but they are a disaster for the environment.

Jason Hickel

by Jason Hickel

Jason Hickel

US & Canada

Death of the delta: Louisiana communities on the brink

Al Jazeera met with people clinging to their livelihoods in a changing landscape in the southern US.

Philippines

Threats, raids and murders stalk Filipino environment activists

From September to November 2019, four more environment workers across the country were killed.

Threats, raids and murders stalk Filipino environment activists

AJ IMPACT

Urban farmers reap harvests in Paris

From underground former car-parks to the rooftops of the famous skyline, an agricultural revolution is taking place.

Let them eat the city, say the urban farmers of Paris

Europe

Former steel-making city becomes Sweden's greenest community

Eskilstuna is reinventing itself as a leader in recycling household waste in the country.

Environment

In Pictures: Bangladesh on the frontline of climate crisis

Bangladesh's coastal and riverine areas are prone to frequent storms and flooding, leaving millions vulnerable.

In Pictures: Bangladesh on the frontline of climate crisis

Environment

COP25 host Madrid struggles to enact green policies

Spain's capital wants its own green revolution, but the city's council continues to prioritise toxic traffic.

Madrid may be hosting COP25, but its own eco-challenges persist

AJ Impact

PG&E may finalise $13.5 billion payout for US wildfire victims

The California-based power giant would pay half in cash and the rest in stock, according to Bloomberg sources.

PG&E may finalise $13.5 billion payout for US wildfire victims

Opinion

Forget about water at your peril

Climate change is gutting global water security. We have solutions but lack the political will to implement them.

Rachael McDonnell

by Rachael McDonnell

Rachael McDonnell

Environment

In Pictures: Fighting to survive when the Amazon is under attack

Why protecting indigenous rights is central in the effort to protect the vast Amazon rainforest.

In Pictures: Fighting to survive when the Amazon is under attack