World leaders set out their climate plans and negotiating positions at Cop28.
Backed by the EU, Namibia has a $20 billion plan to export green hydrogen. A secretive tender process raises concerns for nature and citizens.
Project owners in Cambodia and Brazil are selling carbon offsets to Uber, Marathon and ArcelorMittal despite an uptick in deforestation
Projects in India linked to Enking, the self-proclaimed world’s largest carbon credits producer, have vastly overestimated climate benefits
From sinking to cover-up: 9 depositions and 17 testimonies about the Coast Guard’s role in the shipwreck of Pylos
Greece attempts to obscure its involvement in the Pylos shipwreck by meddling with the evidence
Uncontrolled ship-to-ship transfers are rife off the Greek coast
Eurydice Bersi examines railway safety measures in Greece post-crash, spotlighting ties between Minister Gerapetritis and TERNA Group.
Bilott’s interview with Reporters United, Le Monde and NDR / Süddeutsche Zeitung, was part of the Forever Pollution investigation involving 18 media outlets acroos Europe.
Unprecedented experiment on welfare surveillance algorithm reveals discrimination.
The data analysis on population change in Europe over the past decade.
How the war in Ukraine locked Europe in the American LNG
Two journalistic investigations that became one. Two cases that shocked the nation.