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Sierra Leone's ban on pregnant schoolgirls is unlawful

Pregnant girls could only receive sub-par education in the country for...

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Rise in Caribbean children displaced by storms shows climate crisis is a child rights issue

The number of Caribbean children displaced by storms has risen approxi...

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More than 600 pakistani girls sold as brides to China

“No one is doing anything to help these girls.”

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Nepal will give cash rewards to women who refuse deadly 'menstrual huts'

The payment aims to break customs where women are banished to huts while...

Climate change and technology are creating new inequalities

"Inequalities in human development are taking new forms."

1.9 billion people rely on natural 'water towers'

In a unique study, scientists have assessed and ranked the importance of Earth's great "water towers".

Refugees at 'increased risk' from extreme weather

Refugees and people displaced within countries because of conflict are increasingly vulnerable to the effects of extreme weather, experts sa...

Los Angeles is giving out free trees for yards and neighborhoods

The city wants to increase its green canopy.

Humpback whale population bounces back

This species of whales has rebounded from near extinction to over 25,000 today.

Bringing african women's voices to the table

Women's participation in government and decision making is central to peacebuilding.

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Bringing african women's voices to the table

Women's participation in government and decision making is central to peacebuilding.

Mexican student developed a road pavement that repairs itself

Many roads in Mexico are full of potholes and are notoriously deteriorated.

Oceans running out of oxygen as temperatures rise

Climate change and nutrient pollution are driving the oxygen from our oceans, and threatening many species of fish.

Growing crops under solar panels makes both thrive

A new study shows that shared land use works.

UN negotiators 'playing politics' amid global crisis

The talks - now in their final week - are bogged down in technical details as key countries seek to delay efforts to increase their pledges,...

Greta Thunberg: young people are "bringing change" to the Madrid climate talks and will not be silenced

At a news conference Miss Thunberg said that she hoped the negotiations would yield "something concrete"

Plastic pollution has killed half a million hermit crabs

An estimated 570,000 hermit crabs have been killed after being trapped in plastic debris, a new study has said.

Genetics can play key role in saving trees

Tree conservation strategies based on genetic data are best suited for landscapes affected by a rapidly changing climate, a study suggests.

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Building the world we dream.

A new documentary about a group of young people traveling across the world to build schools for the children of Mozambique.

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MOXOS: A dream in the middle of the Amazon. Trailer part 1

MOXOS: A dream in the middle of the Amazon. Trailer part 1

Ashoka's dream of empower new social leaders

Ashoka's dream of empower new social leaders

Ntirho Hi Twanano (trabajo en unión)

Ntirho Hi Twanano (trabajo en unión)

Red Shoe Movement | The movement behind #RedShoeTuesday

Red Shoe Movement | The movement behind #RedShoeTuesday

Arctic coal for India risks pollution

Natural riches come in two conflicting types in Russia's Arctic north: valuable minerals and spectacular wildlife.

Europe's new space budget to enable CO2 mapping

Europe will press ahead with a network of satellites to track carbon dioxide emissions across the globe.

Adding color to city streets

Asphalt art makes cities safer and more vibrant.

Italy mandates teaching about sustainability

Public schools will require all students to learn about the environment.

Reusable bamboo cups can leach chemicals into your hot drink

A study by an independent German consumer group, Stiftung Warentest, found that bamboo cups can leach toxic chemicals when filled with hot l...

5 things countries can do immediately to significantly lower emissions

As global emissions continue to rise, the possibility of keeping temperatures from rising beyond 1.5 degrees Celsius is becoming increasingly...