1. International Women's Day 2022

    Happy International Women's Day, especially to Ambassador Oksana Markarovsa, Marta Vasyuta and Natalia Sindeyeva, and to all the women of Ukraine, ...
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  2. Forest Man of India; proof that one person can make a difference

    Jadav Payeng lives on the island of Majuli, in the state of Assam which is in the World's largest river. It's very susceptible to soil erosion and ...
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  3. How Comedy Can Save Wildlife

    “By showing how alike humankind and wildlife really are, we can tap into the viewer’s innate capacity to empathise and understand the need for greater protection of our planet and everything on it” — Tom Sullam, Co-founder of The Comedy Wildlife photography Awards
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  4. Conversations From Calais

    An interview with Mathilda, who started Conversations From Calais to re-humanise refugees and share her experiences.
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  5. In Conversation With The Founders Of SURGE

    We caught up with Ed Winters and Luna Woods, the founders of SURGE to find out more about their story and how SURGE was born.
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  6. A Poem By SAM: Peace

    By Sam, an asylum seeker looking for sanctuary in the UK who has been waiting to be granted asylum for 7 years.
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  7. Kasigau Wildlife Sanctuary, Kenya

    A corridor of safety for our favourite wildlife, the Kasigau Sanctuary has helped keep two of East Africa's vast natural spaces connected.
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  8. A Drop In The Ocean

    Our oceans produce most of our oxygen and capture the majority of heat energy as well as a significant amount of our CO2, they’re essential in the fight against climate change.
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  9. The Future Is Bright

    Solar is already the world’s fastest growing energy technology, it’s a solution to the long-lasting problem of fighting climate change, and it’s staring us right in the face.
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