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During South Africa’s Youth Month We Rose for Climate Justice

In June, South Africa celebrated their Youth Month and across the country, young people rallied to demand ambitious climate action and climate justice now.

In the drought-stricken Eastern Cape, youth, farmers, rural communities, and unemployed peoples

UNESCO has a chance to protect Sundarbans. Will it?


Have you heard of the Sundarbans? On the southern coast of Bangladesh, this precious forested area is home to 4.5 million people and the royal Bengal tiger. It’s a place of immense cultural heritage, sustaining

I Vote for a Fossil Free South Africa

On the May 8th 2019, over 27 million people came out to vote in the 5th National Democratic Election in South Africa. Although a lot of doubt was cast about the ruling party’s influence for these