Harnessing the hidden power of mountains to meet our climate and development goals

The Upper Mustang, once an isolated and remote kingdom on the edge of Nepal, is where many people believe the Buddhist monk Guru Rinpoche chased a demon deep into the flanks of the mountains.

Indigenous youth and the climate chaos resistance in Peru

Fires raging across the Peruvian Amazon these past few months have consumed a region three times the size of Manhattan. Brought on by drought, the flames hit an Ashaninka Communal Reserve, home to 5,000 people, turning forests that ten communities rely on to cinders.