Accusing government of inaction, South Africans say apps step in
EskomSePush alerts users to rolling blackouts while Panda provides spaces to vent their frustrations.
As Europe's forests burn, why are wildfires getting worse?
Accelerating climate change and extreme weather events such as drought and heatwaves are fuelling forest fires around the world
WHO vows nothing 'ridiculous' as public submits ideas to rename monkeypox
As pressure grows to rename the disease, since monkeys are not the original animal host, WHO turns to the public for ideas
Rugby-Transitioned Olympic champion Green says inclusion must be priority
Gender identity in rugby has been a controversial issue since global governing body World Rugby last year banned transgender women from taking part in the women’s game over safety concerns.
The situation as a Ugandan LGBTQ+ refugee in Kenya is as terrible as you can imagine
An LGBTQ+ Ugandan refugee now living in Kenya writes of the challenges of trying to find a better life.
Greening the Himalayas: Is there a 'wrong' place to plant trees?
Villagers are creating forests in the cold desert to help curb climate change, but experts say it hurts delicate ecosystems
Caste in California: Tech giants confront ancient Indian hierarchy
Apple has become a leader among American tech giants in addressing discrimination on the basis of caste in their employee conduct policy
We tried Singapore’s sewage beer. What can we learn from their water recycling story?
Water-stressed Singapore recycles sewage and calls it NEWater. Now a local brewery is making NEWBrew beer from recycled drinking water. Is it any good?
Period pad prices push girls out of school in Africa
Period poverty worsens with inflation crisis, as girls trade sex for pads or risk infection by using rags, leaves and cow dung
In Afghanistan, a wrenching choice between drought and migration
Conflict, water shortages, and economic crisis have wiped out jobs, ruined crops and left millions of Afghans in humanitarian need