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Raw materials are key for the climate transition. Electric vehicles, for example, require cobalt, nickel, lithium, and manganese for their batteries and platinum for fuel cells. IM Imagery/Shutterstock

Our research reveals the scale of the EU’s dependency on imports for critical minerals needed for the green transition - here’s how that can change

The EU’s Critical Raw Materials Act came into force on 23 May, marking the bloc’s largest attempt to secure its own source of materials needed for the green transition.
Manifestation de jeunes activistes pour le climat à la COP27 de Charm el-Cheikh en novembre 2022. Fayez Nureldine/AFP

Climate: can young activists still sway the outcome of COP negotiations?

Since the major demonstrations organised in Madrid (COP25) and Glasgow (COP26), young people seem to have less and less of a voice at the UN’s major climate conferences. Why?
A giant wine bottle is displayed at the Summerhill Pyramid Winery in Kelowna, B.C., in Feb. 2024. Home to more than 180 licensed grape wineries and known as “the wine capital of Canada,” the Okanagan Valley is also nationally renowned for fruit orchards that produce apples, peaches and cherries. (Aaron Hemens/IndigiNews via AP)

Glass half empty? What climate change means for Canada’s wine industry

Global warming poses great challenges to Canada’s wine industry. But in these challenges lie equally great opportunities to build a better, and more sustainable, wine industry.
A man with a child shows his identification to police officers at a checkpoint in Honduras as migrants attempt to reach the U.S. Photo by WendelPhoto by WENDELL ESCOTO/AFP via Getty Images

Young Hondurans’ desire to migrate is influenced by factors beyond poverty and violence

New research challenges the conventional wisdom that those who enjoy some form of employment and strong support networks are more inclined to attach themselves to a set geography.
A vendor prepares his umbrella as hot days continue in Manila, Philippines in April 2024. Sizzling heat across Asia and the Middle East will worsen because of human-caused climate change. (AP Photo/Aaron Favila)

Climate change is a human rights issue

Climate change poses clear risks to human rights around the world. It is essential that people hold governments and decision-makers to account.
Oyster gatherers on a Wild Coast beach at low tide. The sea is integral to these communities’ lives and culture. PaulGregg

South African communities vs Shell: high court victories show that cultural beliefs and practices count in climate cases

Indigenous people’s concerns and considerations could provide a strong basis for climate litigation in South Africa.
The pyramids at Giza, like dozens of others, are located several kilometres west of the current path of the Nile. Alex Cimbal / Shutterstock

We mapped a lost branch of the Nile River – which may be the key to a longstanding mystery of the pyramids

Why build pyramids in the desert? A centuries-old puzzle may be answered by the slow wandering of the Nile.
Police remove a protester during a transgender rights rally attended by opposing neo-Nazi protesters, outside Parliament House in Melbourne, Saturday, March 18, 2023. James Ross/AAP

Friday essay: ‘me against you’ – Jon Ronson investigates the perpetual outrage of the culture wars

The culture wars have been around forever, but keep taking new forms, and US variants threaten to spill over to Australia – as seen in the recent (overturned) ban on same-sex parenting books in Sydney.

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