Economic collapse, hunger and conflict mean Yemenis are struggling just to stay alive.
A collection of reporting from Pulitzer Center grantees featuring international news stories published by media outlets from around the world, as well as reporting original to the Pulitzer Center website.
An impoverished Ecuadorian community thrived in the 1990s making roof tiles—but their children paid a horrific price.
Berta Cáceres fought to protect native lands in Honduras, and paid with her life. She is victim to a global trend — the killings of environmental activists who block development projects.
Rapid urbanization has made an ordinary commodity suddenly precious: sand. As cities devour concrete, glass and asphalt, illegal sand mining has sparked a global wave of gang violence.
From Cambodia to California, industrial-scale sand mining is wreaking havoc. And booming urbanisation means the demand for this increasingly valuable resource won't let up.
Salome Karwah fought past civil war and a deadly virus. But in Liberia, becoming a mother is too often a killer.
Ice loss on Greenland used to be driven by massive calving glaciers. Now surface melt dominates, driven by sun, dust and the surprising role of microbes.
Framing the challenge of wood fuels in Malawi—a Polaroid series.
The fabric industry in Catawba County, North Carolina, was decimated by offshoring. Now it’s making a high-tech comeback, albeit with fewer employees.