Environment

'Vocal, unafraid': Indonesia activist's sudden death questioned

Environmental campaigner and lawyer Golfrid Siregar was found dead by the side of the road in suspicious circumstances.

'Vocal, unafraid': Indonesia activist's sudden death questioned

Asia Pacific

Malaysian fish farmers call on gov't to tackle water pollution

Malaysian fishermen say poor-quality seawater is causing financial losses.

Europe

Scientists alarmed by Iceland's melting glaciers

As rising temperatures drastically reshape Iceland's landscape, businesses and government prepare for an uncertain future.

Planet SOS

Planet SOS: What to do as the Arctic melts?

We examine the melting ice sheets and glaciers of the Arctic that have unlocked a controversial mineral wealth.

Latin America

Brazil oil spill: Origin of sludge remains unclear

Mystery deepens over an oil spill that has affected 150 beaches in northeastern Brazil.

AJ IMPACT

Greece launches hydrocarbon production as part of green agenda

As energy companies celebrate, environmentalists warn against exploration projects which could damage biodiversity.

Greece launches hydrocarbon production as part of green agenda

United Kingdom

UK climate activists hold 'funeral procession' for the planet

Thousands of people carrying coffins and paper skeletons march in central London to draw attention to climate crisis.

UK climate activists hold 'funeral procession' for the planet

AJ Impact

World mayors in Copenhagen pledge 'to do something about climate'

City governments commit to work with young activists on implementing policies that cut carbon emissions more quickly.

World mayors in Copenhagen pledge 'to do something about climate'

Japan

Typhoon Hagibis threatens Tokyo with heaviest rain in 60 years

Domestic flights cancelled, residents warned of flooding as typhoon inches closer with wind gusts of up to 252km/h.

Typhoon Hagibis threatens Tokyo with heaviest rain in 60 years

United States

Ex-EPA employees urge probe into Trump feud with California

The Trump administration last month accused the State of California of violating clean water laws.

Ex-EPA employees urge probe into Trump feud with California

US & Canada

California power outages: 1.5 million left in the dark

The deliberate blackouts entered their second day, in bid by the state's biggest utility provider to prevent wild fires.

California power outages: 1.5 million left in the dark

Europe

Climate protests take off with London airport 'blockade'

Protesters have something to declare, but police are making sure they keep their feet on the ground.

Climate protests take off with London airport 'blockade'

People & Power

Europe's Tourism Overload

Is mass tourism causing irreparable damage to some of Europe's most beautiful locations?

Asia

Kabul Gardens: Historic Afghan park restored to glory

In Kabul, it is rare to find a safe space where children can run and adults can connect.

Environment

What does it take to become a 'tiny trash' household?

The best way to embrace a zero-waste life is to make the most of what you already have, advocates say. But will it make a difference?

What does it take to become a 'tiny trash' household?