Stories about Environment from February, 2018
"Maybe now that the worst has happened, the authorities will alert themselves to the urgent need of closing the Hulene waste disposal site."
The trees at Jessore road bear the witness of two historic refugee exodus – one during the partition of the Indian Sub-continent, and the other during the Bangladesh Liberation War.
Mariano Castro fought to create a home for his family the traditional way, by occupying land and forming settlements. For his sons, it went terribly wrong.
Myanmar’s wild elephant population is estimated to be between 1,400 to 2,000.
The Ahwaz region of Iran produces 95 percent of the country's oil and gas wealth—at huge cost to the area's predominantly Arab population.
There are only an estimated few dozen individual Balkan lynx left in the wild.
A 10-Year-Old Was Already Suing the US Government Over Climate Policy. Then Climate Change Really Hit Home.
“I think climate change is basically like a national disaster, and it’s going to affect everybody."
Supporters of Bulgaria's Pirin National Park Protest for Its Protection With Music, Meditation, Running and Even Soup
Those rallying to protect the UNESCO World Heritage Site are employing artistic and creative ways to demand that Bulgaria's government roll back its decision allowing more construction in the park.