The California drought is officially over, but next could be ‘around the corner’

Governor announces end to the historic drought, yet water conservation is far from finished as state tries to build climate change resilience

How climate change battles are increasingly being fought, and won, in court

Around the world courts are stepping in when politicians fail to act, with South Africa’s government the latest to lose a groundbreaking climate lawsuit with judges ruling against its plans for a new coal-fired power station

Canadian Museum for Human Rights opens to public in Winnipeg

This controversial museum is the world’s first dedicated to exploring the diverse issues of human rights worldwide,