These Tiny Greek Islands Have Become Unlikely Laboratories for Global Corporations
On islands like Astypalea, goats and sheep outnumber humans 10 to 1 and many residents don’t have smartphones. But opaque deals with companies like Amazon and VW have locals unnerved.
‘We Feel Completely Rejected’: Egypt Is Shutting Its Own Activists Out of COP27
Egyptians working to protect the climate tell VICE World News that COP27 being held in Sharm el-Sheikh is a propaganda tool for the country’s regime.
Rishi Sunak Ignored Questions About a UK Citizen on Hunger Strike in Egypt
The UK Prime Minister refused to answer repeated questions from VICE World News about the plight of jailed UK-Egyptian activist Alaa Abd el-Fattah.
New Zealand Wants Farmers to Pay Taxes for Their Cows’ Farts and Burps
The proposal is meant to help New Zealand cut carbon emissions.
The Sinaloa Cartel Is Controlling Water in Drought-Stricken Mexico
“Water is now a valuable asset for us, and as it becomes more scarce, the more we will fight to make sure we have enough,” a cartel operative told VICE World News.
Millions Are Stranded in Pakistan’s Super Floods. Where Are Its Emergency Services?
A third of Pakistan is underwater from floods brought on by record rainfall and melting glaciers.
Yangtze River Dries Up, Revealing 600-Year-Old Buddhist Statues
The relics emerged as the river dips to the lowest level in 150 years amid an unprecedented heatwave.
Japan Is Getting So Hot That a Camel Died of Heatstroke, Zoo Says
“Even though we knew that this day would come eventually, it was still very hard for us staff members to say goodbye,” the zoo director said.
Roadside Chemo Given by Flooded Hospital at the Front Line of Climate Change
Unprecedented levels of rainfall have devastated northeastern India and neighbouring Bangladesh.
Dead Penguins Keep Washing Up on New Zealand’s Beaches. Here’s Why.
Locals keep finding whole flocks of the little blue penguins rotting on the shore, and they're not being killed by the usual suspects.
The Developed World’s Biggest Climate Dinosaurs Have Been Voted Out
Young Australians, hit by worsening floods, droughts and fires, are celebrating as Scott Morrison's government of "climate laggards" have been shown the door.