Artist's 'pollution pods' highlight cities' air quality problem
London art installation allows people to experience different pollution levels
Land activist and descendant of slaves slain in Brazil's Amazon
"Everything indicates that it was an execution. He was a 'marked' guy"
Skyscrapers threaten to swallow Kuala Lumpur's last Malay village
"Take all the money in the world and give it to me - it's not enough...This is my country, this is my heritage, this is my hometown"
New projects in Brazil's Amazon? Not without congressional approval, says court
Brazil's government will need the prior permission of lawmakers to go ahead with development projects in protected areas
'Buying air', or how not to invest in land in Uganda
If you leave your home unoccupied, there's a chance it could be sold to an innocent third party in Uganda, as fraud-related cases clog the courts
Priest campaigning for Brazil's Amazon arrested for sex crimes and extortion
"We hope the arrest will be revoked"
Legal activism key to securing land rights during new investment phase
In the face of rapid changes, how can people in Cameroon ensure they get the best deal to protect their land?
INTERVIEW - Technology holds promise, but no silver bullet for land rights – World Bank
"While technology can help, it will not solve every problem if used in isolation," - senior World Bank economist, Klaus Deininger
Greek protesters, police clash at property repossession auction
The auctions have often been disrupted by leftist activists who say they are unfair and target the poor
Data-driven effort poised to create global action on secure land tenure
Some 70 percent of land in developing countries remains outside of the formal, public account of land ownership and value