When the world needed someone to step up as a climate power broker, why did no-one think it would be the EU?
When Carlos Cabral was killed this month, it seemed history was repeating itself in a corner of the Amazon known for violence. But the real story was more disturbing
In a movement for a fairer, safer world, young women were told their story was not as important as the cause they believed in
South Louisiana is experiencing the effects of coastal erosion faster than almost anywhere in the world, but life adapts through the buildings and architecture
Across the country, mining land has been reclaimed at low cost, leaving communities with few alternatives to rebuild their economies
At the head of a poisoned river, the Munduruku find a devastated land where their village once stood. Can they stop the illegal mining that stole their homes?
How family rivalry and the Catholic church helped miners devastate an indigenous Amazon territory