Stories about Environment from October, 2016
"Sometimes, you wake in 2016, but it feels like 1875 because Natives are still fighting for our land." --Sherman Alexie
Conservationists seek to eradicate a deadly Asian invader, but finding the necessary funds is proving difficult.
When a tiny Quebec chocolate maker won a gold at this year’s premier International Chocolate Awards for a bar made with Haitian cocoa beans, it rocked the specialty chocolate world.
Earlier this month, on October 13, two assassins on a motorcycle murdered Luís Alberto Araújo, the environmental secretary of the Brazilian town of Altamira, Pará State.
“We don’t tell our parents that we play here. They think we go to a proper ground to play. If they know...they will not let us out to play."
The concert took place in Tetovo, the largest city in western Macedonia, and one of the most polluted cities in Europe.
Caribbean nations still grapple with how best to prepare for the potential disaster they face each hurricane season -- Jamaican netizens observed a few hiccups in preparing for Hurricane Matthew.
Lebanon's most vulnerable are paying the ultimate price for the country's waste crisis.
Lebanon is no stranger to environmental and energy crises, but many are trying to tackle them.
Brunei's car-free day “aims to promote a healthy lifestyle and reduce the city's carbon footprint.”
"We know this regime won’t offer us justice. Nor do they represent the interests of the victims. (But) if the people don't speak out, no one will feel the pressure."