"If the forest is gone, people will also end," says Ajareaty Waiapi, a female chief and grandmother working to preserve her community — and the planet's lungs. AMAPÁ, Brazil — Ajareaty Waiapi is the oldest
“Instead of worrying about how that future might turn out, I’m going to try to change that future while I still can,” the teen told NBC News. LAUSANNE, Switzerland — Staring through a swarm of photographers
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The 21st century seems to present us with an ever-lengthening list of perils: climate crisis, financial meltdown, cyber-attacks. Should we stock up on canned foods in case the ATMs snap shut? Buy a shedload
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Negative emissions tech is important, but the idea it could replace decarbonisation is pure fantasy. Business as usual is not an option The Arctic is on fire, hot on the heels of the latest scorching heatwave.
‘Data rights are human rights” is the rallying cry of this gripping, challenging documentary by Karim Amer and Jehane Noujaim, about the biggest scandal of our time: the gigantic question mark over the
The tech giants use our data not only to predict our behaviour but to change it. But we can resist this attack on democracy In a BBC interview last week, Facebook’s vice-president, Nick Clegg, surprised