Inured to Climate Change in North Queensland
The region has come to expect powerful cyclones to wreak havoc, and that may be why many there aren't concerned about environmental action.
Fancy shawl dancer to showcase talent with Toronto Raptors | CBC News
A fancy shawl dancer from Esgenoôpetitj (Burnt Church)First Nation in New Brunswick has been chosen for a creative mentorship program with the Toronto Raptors.
Campaigners force Shell to halt oil exploration on South African coast
Shell will be forced to halt oil exploration in vital whale breeding grounds along South Africa's eastern coastline after a local court blocked the controversial project.
The Guardian view: help us to help those on the climate frontline | Editorial
n August 1965, the German-born, Oxford-educated economist EF Schumacher published an article in the Observer.
Chilean election offers stark choice: a leftist or an admirer of Pinochet
Chilean voters head to the polls on Sunday to chose between two presidential candidates offering starkly contrasting visions for the future, in the country's most divisive elections since it returned to democracy in 1990.
With '1883,' Taylor Sheridan Expands His Western Empire
Sheridan's "Yellowstone" is an enormous hit, and its success has positioned him to become one of TV's most prolific creators. Next up is a prequel series premiering Sunday.
What That Atlantic Article About COVID Denialism Gets Right
Fine, I'll take the bait. Yesterday, the Atlantic published a piece called " Where I Live, No One Cares About COVID " by Matthew Walther, an editor and writer who lives in rural southwest Michigan.
Canada pledges $40 billion in talks over rampant abuses of Indigenous children
A makeshift memorial outside the former Kamloops Indian Residential School honors the 215 children whose remains were found near the facility, in Kamloops, Canada, on September 1, 2021.
Penobscots don't want ancestors' scalping to be whitewashed
"It was genocide," said Dawn Neptune Adams, one of the three Penobscot Nation members featured in the film, called "Bounty."
What will it take to end deforestation by 2030?
The world has lost a third of its forest since the last ice age, and an estimated 15 percent of global greenhouse gases still come from deforestation and forest degradation.