The Pasola festival takes places annually on the Indonesian island of Sumba – ushering in a bountiful harvest, it involves huge amounts of bloodshed.
Wildlife crime not only threatens nature’s most iconic species, but exacerbates poverty and corruption, funding an entire spectrum of international crime.
An ethnic group of Malay origin, the Bajau Laut have for centuries lived almost entirely at sea. They are some of the last true nomads of the ocean.
For decades the Great Barrier Reef has enjoyed World Heritage Status, but recent plans to expand its coal exports are putting it under threat.
Intertribal conflict In the Highlands of Papua New Guinea has reached new heights during the run-up to the political elections.
The Chipaya are the living relic of an ancient past – the only remnant of the Tiwanaku civilization, which predates the Inca by 2,500 years.
Dwindling fish stocks in Mozambique’s Primeiras e Segundas Archipelago are increasing pressures on land and marine resources across the coast.
Bolivia’s vast salt flats contain the greatest concentrations of lithium on earth, and South America’s poorest country has plans to corner the market in 21st century energy storage.
Three years on from the end of Sri Lanka’s civil war, progress has been made – but there are warnings of continued discontent amongst marginalised communities.
One of the last great frontier wildernesses, West Papua is also the backdrop to one of the most severely underreported conflicts in recent history.
A look at the powerful women leading the way in Nepal’s conservation and public health successes.
Yolanda Veraluz was one of the first cholita luchadores in Bolivia. Like almost all her fellow female wrestlers, she’s indigenous Aymara.
A look at the lives of a family of Kazakh Eagle Hunters in a remote region of the Altai mountains in Bayan Olgii, Western Mongolia.
Outside of Tanzania’s national parks, lands set aside as wildlife management areas provide rural communities with ways to benefit from conserving wildlife.