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When Claire is in her buggy, traffic-related pollution such as soot and particulate matter is logged every 10 seconds. Other parameters, such as wind speed and time of day, are also recorded.
Hailed a hero by refugee campaigners, Carola Rackete has now joined a group of environmental activists to prevent the felling of trees in the protected Dannenroeder forest in central Germany.
Environmental groups won't be happy, as they have warned that such projects mostly exploit peatland areas and encourage forest fires.
The damage faced by the Amazon rainforest due to illegal gold digging activities isn't only bad for climate change, it also affects the indigenous populations there.
Four Malaysian women activists share their stories of how and why they're passionate about protecting the environment.
These three Malaysians and local groups show that zero-waste living is very possible and absolutely necessary to save our environment.
There hasn’t been much progress made on defeating the annual hazy air that envelops this part of the world since our columnist began reporting on the issue in the 1990s.
Instead of dumping waste (or exporting it), these Finnish companies are using innovative processes to make use of it as part of the country's 'circular economy'. This involves reusing and recycling materials multiple times.
Malaysia not only struggles with disposing of its own plastic rubbish safely but is also importing plastic wastes from other countries. What gives, wonders Human Writes columnist Mangai Balasegaram.
It’s not just orangutans vs monster machines. Sarawak’s native folk and the state government are also in a tug of war over who has rights to the land.