FEATURE-'Palaces for the People' in peril despite UK prefab revival
Faced with a chronic housing shortage, Britain is once more embracing prefabrication
Upgrading Lives: In Cape Town Informal Settlements
A third of Cape Towns 3.7 million people now live in slums, or “informal settlements”, with limited access to basic services.
Rights over leaves, flowers give Indian tribal groups more reason to stay put
Indigenous people and forest dwellers are claiming the rights to manage and govern their traditional forests and resources
FEATURE-The billionaire philanthropists intent on using satellites to save the world
"Radiant is about using Earth imagery for positive global impact"
FEATURE-Dakota protesters regroup, plot resistance to other pipelines
"The closing of the camp is not the end of a movement or fight, it is a new beginning" - protest leader Tom Goldtooth.
FEATURE-Amid land grabs and evictions, Cambodia jails leading activist
Vanny has campaigned against the evictions of thousands of residents from land in Phnom Penh to make way for a luxury development
Brazil's indigenous leaders push for Amazon land rights as Carnival kicks off
"We will make Carnival a political event"
FEATURE-Roman excavations threaten slum life in Turkish port city
The demolition of Kadifekale to unearth a globally important archeological site has produced little public outcry
UK law that forces landlords to check passports increases racism - charity
Report says 51 percent of landlords said they would be less likely to rent to a foreign national under UK's Right to Rent scheme
Land rights key to fixing Africa's crowded, costly cities - World Bank
African cities are almost 30 percent more expensive than other countries at similar income levels