Ever wondered what happens to all the household and commercial waste that reaches Asia? Jen Marsden discovers treasure in a waste wonderland, and learns how the upcycling movement is gaining momentum in Seoul
For more than fifty years international development assistance has been provided to poor countries around the world. In a new book, ‘The End of Development: A Global History of Poverty and Prosperity’ Andrew Brooks explores why development has failed to improve livelihoods. Here he discusses some of the environmental consequences of dam building and the problems of debt in Africa.
Large-scale palm oil developments in the rainforest cause deforestation and habitat loss for the wildlife and people who call the forest home
There are many who campaign to see zoos around the world close for ever. But who can show us the silent suffering their unwilling occupants endure? The 2015 Wildlife Photojournalist Award Winner Britta Jaschinski has made this her life's work
Troy Wiseman’s heart for people has been a critical factor in his outstanding success as an entrepreneur, businessman, investor and leader. Changing lives in communities devoid of hope has become more than just a passion. It is a personal mission that has been written into everything Troy does and indeed has been the backbone of each of his line of successful companies