This New World

“Extreme wealth is a sign of a failing economic system,” says a new Oxfam report on global inequality.
Huge amounts of plastic and food waste end up in landfill or incinerated. Some airlines are trying to tackle the problem, but it's complicated.
This decade was likely the hottest on record. As it comes to a close and another begins, one glaring question is: can the world make up for this lost time?
Wildfires burned around the world this year from Australia to California and the Amazon. These forest blazes are part of nature but climate change is making them more frequent and more intense.
“I have a tenuous relationship with hope these days, but I am certainly bolstered by the fact that we already have all the solutions we need."
From new climate science to wildfires, plastic waste and biodiversity, here's a snapshot of our world right now.
All public school students will have 33 hours of mandatory climate change education.
In the information era we live in, our thoughts, preferences and behaviours have become marketable products.
Lorenzo Lewis and The Confess Project are making Black barbershops safe spaces to open up about depression, anxiety and trauma.
July 29 marks the point at which we start to consume more than the Earth can replenish. And this date is getting earlier each year.