Climate Change

Students gather to demand climate education reform
Activism

Students gather to demand climate education reform

Teach the future — Following the IPCC report issuing its most severe warning on climate yet, students from across the country came together outside the Department of Education to demand urgent action over a curriculum which is failing to address the current crisis.

Written by: Ben Smoke

Sand art calls on world leaders to cut carbon emissions
Culture

Sand art calls on world leaders to cut carbon emissions

G7 summit 2021 — The giant sand art commissioned by sustainable footwear brand Allbirds is calling on leaders to use their global leadership position to drive down their carbon footprints today.

Written by: Ben Smoke

Heathrow is suffocating Black Londoners
Opinion

Heathrow is suffocating Black Londoners

Time to act — After a day of historic verdicts, it's time to take the threat that air pollution poses to people living in London's poorest areas seriously, argues Huck's Politics Editor, Ben Smoke.

Written by: Ben Smoke

It's time for football to reckon with its carbon footprint
Outdoors

It's time for football to reckon with its carbon footprint

A common goal — With the game only growing in popularity and excess, football's impact on the environment continues to balloon. But an increasing number of people involved in the game are trying to change that.

Written by: Rosie Hewitson

The teens behind a landmark climate lawsuit
Activism

The teens behind a landmark climate lawsuit

Futures before fossil — A group of teenagers from Australia are suing the government over a coal mine extension. Win or lose, it’ll make a profound difference across the world to similar cases fighting to make climate change a children's rights issue.

Written by: Lucia Osborne-Crowley

The activists fighting to give nature human rights
Activism

The activists fighting to give nature human rights

Law of the land — Pollution levels are rising once again after reaching a record low in lockdown. Could rights of nature legislation prevent impending catastrophe?

Written by: Poppy Koronka

Tribes of the Amazon: Inside the struggle of the Yanomami
Photography

Tribes of the Amazon: Inside the struggle of the Yanomami

A fight for survival — In 1971, photographer Claudia Andujar began photographing the Yanomami – an Amer-Indian tribe living on the border of Brazil and Venezuela. In the years that followed, their existence came under serious threat.

Written by: Miss Rosen

Mark O’Connell’s guide to surviving the apocalypse
Books

Mark O’Connell’s guide to surviving the apocalypse

Notes from the end of the world — In his new book, Notes From An Apocalypse, the Irish author investigates our in-built obsession with the end of the world – meeting preppers, bunker entrepreneurs and would-be Mars colonists from around the globe.

Written by: Colin Gannon

The changing face of the Amazon, in photos
Photography

The changing face of the Amazon, in photos

A tale of destruction — Covering more than 3.21 million square kilometres across nine countries, the Amazon is an integral part of the earth’s global ecosystem – but in less than 50 years, more than 20 per cent of it has disappeared.

Written by: Miss Rosen

Will antinatalism soon become the new normal?
Reportage

Will antinatalism soon become the new normal?

Bleak new world — With more and more people concerned about the earth‘s future, many are flocking to a once-niche ideology that argues for universal childlessness.

Written by: Francesca Newton

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