Pollution, overfishing threaten livelihood of Peruvian fishermen
by Sara Shahriari
Marcelino Coila Choque is from a family of fishermen in Peru. From his small village along Lake Titicaca, he has watched the water turn opaque with pollution from the expanding city of Puno. Radio journalist Sara Shahriari and Photojournalist Noah Friedman-Rudovsky follow Coila Choque on his morning fishing rounds in an audio slideshow.
Oct 1, 2012
Global food empowerment is on our plates, activists say
by Walker Orenstein
Going vegan in the 1980s was a much different experience than it is today — especially if you were in Texas.
Feb 4, 2014
“I wasn’t a good surfer or a fisherman like my oldest brother or my dad, but crabbing, this was something I could do.”
by Travis Quezon
"I wasn't a good surfer or a fisherman like my oldest brother or my dad, but crabbing, this was something I could do."
Mar 11, 2016
Aldebaran Hernandez is building a legacy with his environmental advocacy work
by Aldebaran Hernandez
"One choice, seven billion solutions"
Mar 13, 2016
“When the President steps out of the Oval Office, does he really switch the lights off?”
by Gauri Shringarpure
My First World kids have it easy. The beauty of the Cascades, the Evergreens, even the pristine air is lost on them – not because they don’t consider it beautiful, but because they have little perspective on the absence of these little things that are easy to take for granted.