Ethiopians Tackle the Climate Crisis With 350 Million New Trees (in Photos)
Citizens of Africa's second-most populated country broke a world record when they planted 353,633,660 tree seedlings on Monday as part of a national reforestation campaign.
Africa's Rarest Carnivore Fights for Survival in the Ethiopian Highlands
There are only about 500 Ethiopian wolves left in the wild—and they face a number of growing threats. One non-profit is working to save them.
Airlines Are Grounding Boeing 737 Max 8 Planes Out of Caution (and Fear)
Two recent deadly plane crashes have prompted many countries to direct airlines to ground these planes out of concern that the crashes may be the result of a failure of the model.
Viewfinder: Locals Examine Debris From the Ethiopian Airlines Plane Crash
Two local boys examine a pile of twisted metal gathered by workers during the continuing recovery efforts at the crash site of Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 on March 11th, 2019, in Bishoftu, Ethiopia.
Letter From Addis Ababa, Ethiopia: Inside a Safe House for Ethiopian Women
Set off of one of Addis Ababa's main streets is a secret, self-enclosed village. In that village, girls like Raissa—some as young as 11 years old—fleeing bride abduction, early marriage, and other harmful practices have found a refuge.
The Edit, Episode #7: A Conversation About Ethiopian Jazz Legend Hailu Mergia
On the latest episode of Pacific Standard's podcast about how our stories are made, editorial assistant Jack Denton talks about his profile of Ethiopian jazz organist Hailu Mergia.
Ethiopia's First Botanic Garden Has Global Ambitions for Its Flora
Gullele Botanic Garden is an oasis of endemic plant life on the outskirts of Ethiopia's largest city, Addis Ababa.