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Belarus president changes death penalty law to target opposition
Belarus is the last country in Europe still to apply the death penalty, executing several people each year by firing squad.
Meet the students who marched 400 km across Portugal for climate justice
"Activism is a way for us to leave our footprint on the planet and in history too. To make our own history and not just let it be told for us."
How can we make sense of Wynn Alan Bruce's self-immolation?
In the wake of the climate activist's death, Rupert Read explores the historical and religious context asking what the rest of us should do now.
EU proposes law to combat 'gag orders' on journalists and activists
Press freedom activists have welcomed the move as a "first step".
Greta Thunberg is publishing a handbook for tackling climate change
The climate activist says it will help readers connect the dots between threats to the climate, environment, sustainability and indigenous populations.
How to set up your own satellite station to monitor climate change
Satellite images aren’t for scientists alone - here’s how to take your own
How to bring up climate change at the holiday dinner table
The climate crisis can often be a divisive issue and leave us dreading conversations that come up with family over the festive period.
‘Devastating’ climate change a deep concern for young people in Africa
The African Youth Survey has discovered that climate change is one of the key concerns young people have about their future.
World AIDS Day: Television shows, podcasts, and plays that educated us
Here are some of culture's most crucial offerings that helped us gain awareness of the plight of HIV and AIDS sufferers worldwide.
Trio back in court over posters showing Virgin Mary with LGBT halo
“This appeal smacks of harassment and intimidation and the case should be dropped,” said Catrinel Motoc from Amnesty International
Has the UN ‘failed to address’ the root causes of climate change?
As official proceedings took a break, activists, experts and campaigners came together to present four hours of evidence about the UNFCCC's inaction on climate change.
Meet the young people turning eco-anxiety into eco-activism
A new internet movement led by young women in the UK is helping people not to feel alone and afraid in the face of the climate crisis.
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Asturias award-winner Gloria Steinem talks about her life on film
Feminist icon Gloria Steinem reflects on her life and career after winning Spain's prestigious Asturias award.
Could standing up for the environment get you killed in Europe?
With 'freedoms shrinking' 20 years after a pact to protect environmental defenders, EU countries are set to vote on a new measure.
British royal says he 'understands' Greta Thunberg's frustrations
Prince Charles shares green activists' concerns and can see why Extinction Rebellion take to the streets to carry out disruptive protests.
Climate activists block busy London roundabout
Climate activists from Insulate Britain block a busy London roundabout at rush hour. The group was quickly surrounded by dozens of Metropolitan Police officers attempting to remove protesters who had superglued their hands to the tarmac.
'Thousands are dying': Why Insulate Britain has had to block motorways
“Children are hungry and cold. Marching, letter writing, and petitions have not worked.” Insulate Britain gives their side of the story to Euronews Green.
Day 24: Berlin’s hunger strikers starve for climate justice
As Germany prepares for a decisive election, hunger strikers are staging the country's most radical protest in decades.
Cyclones could soon devastate Europe, warns ‘storm chaser’ scientist
Unless global warming slows, extreme weather could shape life in Europe within the next 50 years.
Producers rethink 'Hunger Games' Activist Show after online backlash
Campaigners have reacted strongly to a controversial new US reality show claiming it seeks to game-ify social justice.
Women are marrying trees to save them from deforestation
How a group of over 70 women banded together to protect their local forest is a nature-inspired wedding ceremony.
Police drag activists out of court in Poland
A group of pro-democracy activists in Poland entered the grounds of the country's constitutional court in an act of civil disobedience Monday, on the eve of an expected court ruling critical to the country's future relationship with the rest of the European Union
What is guerrilla gardening and how does it help the climate?
Meet the guerrilla gardeners of Europe. Their form of climate activism transforms neighbourhoods and brings local communities together.
#FreeBrittany: Printing error leaves man ‘stuck’ with 10,000 t-shirts
Though the error may seem amusing, it speaks to a larger problem with fast fashion and activism.
Belarus: meet two women who are risking prison to maintain dissent
Meet Sophia and Natallia. They are still openly against the government's continued crackdown on dissent. But their lives are complicated.
Meet the Arctic Angels fighting to save our polar ice caps
This group of young women is travelling to Antarctica to share the impact of the ice crisis with world leaders from the front lines.