Newly elected President Ibrahim Mohamed Solih of the Maldives highlighted climate change in his first official address, and recalled former Climate Hero Mohamed Nasheed lead his team at COP24 in Poland.
The UN Biodiversity talks open today with a call to end the talk and shift into action to save our endangered ecosystems
The Arab world is a lot more than sun and sand. When it comes to biodiversity, it is a region incredibly rich in natural habitats, many of which could be under threat if nothing more is done soon. Here are 5 of my favourites (that are not the desert)
A new study reveals that a simple adjustment to private property regulations could unleash a wave of destruction across the Amazon, as big as all the forest cover in the UK.
In One Every Second, audiences learn about Pakhi, an 18-year-old who migrated to Dhaka after her family’s house was washed away by floods.
To survive and support her family, she joined the sex industry before she had even turned 15 years old.
We speak to the documentary-makers, Otto Simonsson and Johannes Englich to learn more.
Chad is a Senior Digital Producer for CNN Philippines, where he manages the editorial content for the website and social media platforms, and oversees video production for both broadcast and digital.
With more campaigns coming up in the next months, we are looking for a multimedia specialist to join the Climate Tracker family.
If you’d love to be part of a cool dynamic team and connect with inspiring young people around the world, you have until November 19 to apply!
Climate Tracker is giving two emerging climate journalists a small grant to produce a multimedia project focusing on women’s experiences and responses to climate change.
The small Balkan nation of Macedonia (soon to be called Northern Macedonia) is planning to join the EU by June 2019. But will the most air polluted country in Europe be able to live up to the necessary environmental standards in time to join?