Introduces efforts to pursue healthy living equally for all.
Saving the Amazon’s orphan monkeys
Far from the rifle cracks that occasionally rip through the rainforest as local tribesmen hunt mature primates for their meat and soft pelts, a sanctuary in a c…
All change: India’s railways bring back tea in clay cups in bid to banish plastics
A small and humble relic from India’s past is about to stage a major comeback. At all 7,000 railway stations in the country, tea will be served in earthen…
Spice of life: how turmeric became the ‘new gold’ for Sri Lanka villagers
In Sri Lankan cuisine, a pinch of turmeric brings the gold colour to sodhi, the mildly spiced coconut soup eaten with the island’s carbohydrate-rich foods. Turm…
Fjord focus: is Norway’s friluftsliv the answer to surviving a second lockdown?
First things first, let’s tackle the pronunciation. “It’s free-luftz-leev,” says Lasse Heimdal, repeating the word four times on the phone from a relatively bal…
Cape Town’s Wine Farms Are Rising Above the Drought
Winemakers and vine owners work to keep producing wine even in the face of a dire water shortage Corlea Fourie, head of viticulture at Bosman Family Vineyards, …
What are green jobs – and why are they important?
Jobs that have a direct, positive impact on the planet traditionally involve renewable energy, electric transport, energy efficiency or nature conservation. But…
‘One team’: disabled duo help each other in war-torn Syria
One is deaf and mute, the other is paralysed from the waist down; but together, Ahmad and Bader form a duo equipped to handle life in war-torn Syria. In an anci…
Plastic Food Packaging Ranked as Most Common Beach Litter for the First Time
Food packaging is the most common form of beach trash for the first time, according to a recently published analysis of litter collected during the Ocean Conser…