In the new economy created by global warming, forests are turning into a valuable commodity. Promising not to cut them down is one of the most popular ways companies would like to offset their emissions. Correspondent Mark Schapiro follows the trail of one of those offset projects deep into Brazil’s Atlantic Forest. This multimedia feature […]
On Brazil’s Atlantic coast, people with some of the world’s lowest carbon footprints are being displaced—so their forests can become offsets for US corporations. CIR’s Mark Schapiro reports for Mother Jones. The media NGO Project Word provided support for this article. >> Read the full article on MotherJones.com.
Morris was interviewed in CIR’s first webisode of “The Investigators.”
Interview by Mark Schapiro Produced by Carrie Ching, Joe Rubin, and Andres Cediel ABOUT THE SERIES Welcome to The Investigators, an ongoing web-video series highlighting investigative reporting—as it happens—by journalists around the world. The series features interviews with journalists, who share the stories behind their groundbreaking international investigations into human rights abuses, financial corruption, political […]
IRENE pools investigative talent from Belgium, Germany, Denmark, and the Netherlands.
Short films document the lives of Israelis and Palestinians living 20 miles from each other.
An exhibit in France highlights the work of war photographers in Iraq, Somalia, and Gaza.
NYTimes confirms smuggler’s CIA link—now we know why he’s listed as ‘agent’!
A British attorney argues for international libel standards to prevent “libel tourism.”
To help spread the word about his laboratory’s ability to produce nuclear weapons, Pakistani engineer A.Q. Khan produced a marketing video that he sent to potential clients around the world. Police from South Africa’s Crimes Against the State division discovered the video when they raided a small factory on the outskirts of Johannesberg called Tradefin […]