Senegal’s fishing vessel list declared a ‘leap forward’ for transparency

The breakthrough list could shed light on fishing activity, hold authorities to account, and drive greater regional transparency

Q&A: LGBTQ+ rights and environmental justice with activist Aurélien Guilabert

The Mexico-based campaigner tells Dialogue Earth about what the movements have in common, their challenges and his hopes for the future
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In Indonesia, tin mining threatens an age-old fishing tradition

The islanders of Bangka Belitung, off Sumatra, have long hunted squid for sustenance and trade, but some fear this is being imperilled by mining


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Solar power is booming in Brazil. Can it be a boom for all?

Solar is now Brazil’s second-largest source of electricity. Experts say its growth must also reach and respect communities cut off from the grid
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How South Korea’s landmark climate hearings could shape regional action

The country’s constitutional court is examining whether government inaction on climate change violates citizens’ rights. Could it set a precedent?
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Thawing ice worsens Arctic plastic pollution

More fishing boats are coming to northern waters as sea ice retreats, bringing pollution with them
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Bhutan explores controlled burning of mountainsides

Reviving the traditional practice could protect pastureland ecosystems in the Himalayas from destructive climate change-driven wildfires
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