Monsoon arrives in the Himalayas after a long-winding journey across the Bay of Bengal, sweeping over the Ganga Delta, upwards to paint the mountain slopes green.
Every once in a while, Eduardo Gold climbs to a sunburnt, oxygen-low altitude of 5,000 meters to deface the Andean glaciers, all with the best of intentions.
The Latin Latas: Colombian music, Latino-American wit, homemade instruments and symphonies of junk.
It is impossible to deny the power of a dark anguished teenager perched on the edge of a dry branch. This is the pop version of an old icon.
Step by step, insurgent gardeners are winning over the underworld, armed with aloe, dandelions and blooms of all kinds.
“Eco-friendly” is a national attitude in Bhutan, where plastic bags are banned and individual households devote their free time to monitoring the forest. Kunzang Choden explains what magical spirits and past monarchs have to do with Mother Nature.