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Pesticides: Poison for sale

  • Agriculture
  • Environment
  • Healthcare

BERLIN/NAIROBI - Why and how dangerous pesticide products produced in the EU — and Germany in particular — are continued to be sold in other countries? The investigation looks at how agrochemical companies try to maintain an unregulated pesticide market, despite tightening regulations in Europe. 

The Hidden Cost of Conservation Funding: Torture in the Name of Nature?

  • Environment
  • Exploitation
  • Human Rights

BERLIN / BRAZZAVILLE / LA PAZ -  The German Federal Development Ministry's Legacy Landscapes Fund appears to be linked to human rights abuses and toleration of environmental destruction. Conservation areas across Africa, Asia, and South America are allegedly subjected to community maltreatment and environmental misconduct.

An Unquenchable Thirst: Who Stole Almeria's Water

  • Agriculture
  • Environment

ALMERIA – The environmental crisis in southern Spain is hitting hard: even drinking water is becoming scarce. A 40-year free-for-all on the “Garden of Europe”, a thriving agricultural industry, has led Almeria to the brink of catastrophe. 

Made in Pakistan - The Slaves of Your T-shirt

  • Human Rights
  • Trafficking

KARACHI - Top clothing brands in the EU are hesitant to fully eliminate child and bonded labor from their supply chain from Pakistan, one of the biggest producers of cotton and one of the biggest largest textile exporters to the EU, 

Small hydropower plants causing big damage to rivers in BiH

  • Energy
  • Environment

SARAJEVO - This investigation explores the damages caused to nature and small rural communities by the construction of the small hydropower plants and their access roads, and what drove investors, especially foreign ones, to seek opportunities in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Hydropower plant BiH

Russian navy killing dolphins in the Black Sea

  • Armed conflict
  • Environment

ODESA - In February 2022, when Russia launched the full-scale invasion into Ukraine,  the Black Sea was one of its focal points. As a result, thousands of cetaceans died. This investigation looks into the faith of dolphins that became victims of the war. 

We Invest in Democracy

  • Journalism & Media

LUBLIN – „We invest in democracy” is a project of independent Polish newspaper “Tygodnik Siedlecki”. We are trying to resist the rising crisis in printed press industry. Our readers are spread across 7 administrative districts of eastern Poland, including six in the Mazovia Province and one in the Lublin Province. 

Objective and Quality Information for Everyone!

  • Journalism & Media

JELGAVA - As part of the project, it is planned to improve and develop the information platform by expanding information dissemination channels (social networks). To achieve this goal, the aim is to create a new technical platform for both portals, connecting them to social networks, thereby making them accessible to a wider audience. 

Audio Dispatch: Navigating the Waves of Information

  • Journalism & Media

BOTOSANI - The project addresses mainly to the population of this area. We try to tap into the growing demand for accessible, multi-format news delivery, making news accessible, informative, and convenient because staying informed should be effortless.

Local News to Every Village!

  • Journalism & Media

LENART - The goal of the project is to engage and educate the local community by enhancing the website with podcasts, introducing a 'My news' web interface for local news contributions, hosting discussion evenings on local information and media literacy, and publishing a book on media image in Slovenske gorice.