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Rubber for Europe is fuelling environmental and human rights violations in Ghana and Nigeria

  • Environment
  • Human Rights

EDO/OKOMU – The journalists revealed that rubber and palm oil craze is a reason behind land grabbing, deforestation, and human rights violations in both Ghana and Nigeria. The French company Socfin's presence in southern Nigeria has caused host communities pain and rights violations, even if they mask it with well-oiled communication.

Ghana forests

Inside Iceland's blood farms

REYKJAVÍK – This investigation explored the controversy around PMSG, a hormone used for meat production: How it is produced, why and where it is used, ethical debates, and the complex legal battles around it.

farms for horse hormones

Mine games: Europe’s hunt for critical raw materials

KIRUNA - This investigation sheds light on what lies beneath the EU’s ‘green mining’ ambitions, and offers a unique perspective on the continent’s quest for critical raw materials, such as lithium, nickel, copper and rare earth elements needed for the future.

looking for alternatives to China and Russia to dig crucial minerals

Climate, COPs, NAPs... and Africa

  • Environment

ACCRA — Africa produces less than 4% of the greenhouse gases that are thought to lead to climate change, and yet continental Africa is expected to be the most affected by climate change.

Moldgres: Money for Transnistria, Ecological Problems for Ukraine and Energy Blackmail for Moldova

  • Energy

NEZAVERTAILOVCA — The investigation presents the environmental problems cause by the activity of the Cuciurgani thermal power plant (MGRES).

The Oatly Chronicles: Can Capitalism Ever Be Sustainable?

  • Agriculture
  • Environment

MALMÖ - In 1994, the world’s first oat milk company was born in Sweden. 


Play Local. Fix Global.

  • Corruption
  • Sport

OSLO - Every weekend, across, Europe, hundreds of thousands of footballers play local football for fun. 

Samindra Kunti

Baltic peat, Dutch profits, and carbon emissions

VILJANDIMAA — The peat trade implies big profits. At the same time, extracting peat is carbon intensive and destroys biodiversity. This investigation looks at how this business is especially lucrative for the Netherlands that do not just trade but also mine peat in Latvia and Estonia.

Malta: Increased vessel traffic and lax air pollution monitoring lead to health concerns

  • Corruption
  • Environment
  • Transport

VALLETTA — In Malta, residents of a historic town are fighting emissions from a neighbouring shipyard. At the center of their struggle is the world's largest shipping company. 'Particulate matters' investigation looks into this and proves that more asthma cases are diagnosed in the district where the shipyard is located. 


Ukraine delays industrial pollution reforms. What it means for Europe

  • Environment
  • Industry

KYIV — This story studies the links between Ukraine's pace of reforms in the field of industrial pollution and the prospects of the country for integration into the European Union, notably within the highly promising energy market.