Photographer Barry Macdonald joins the crew of Fairtransport – a revolutionary, zero-emissions cargo company powered by sail only.
We head to Mati, where hundreds of humanitarian volunteers have joined relief efforts after Greece’s most deadly wildfires in a decade.
The vote for a third runway at Heathrow puts both the planet and the progressive left at risk, writes Ellie Mae O'Hagan. You can't build socialism on a dead planet.
Earlier this week, community heads from across the ocean conservation and recycling worlds joined forces to come up with solutions.
In Purple, John Akomfrah uses six screens to convey a message, combining archival footage with haunting shots of modern landscapes, and asking humanity to look at its relationship with the planet, before it's too late.
Featuring five short visuals and an interactive app, 2097: We Made Ourselves Over imagines a world 80 years from now in which humans come together as agents of change.
An in-depth interview about Trump, mass manipulation and building for a brighter future:
When Tessa Cook and Saasha Celestial-One realised the scale of global food waste, they felt compelled to find a simple solution.
Photographer Jordi Ruiz Cirera documents how industrial farming, illegal land grabs and dangerous pesticides are destroying lives in Argentina and Paraguay.
The West Bengal region of India faces increasingly frequent flooding as the Earth's temperatures rise. Award-winning photojournalist Elizabeth Dalziel discusses her work to document its human effects.
Global temperatures reached a record high in 2016 but many world leaders refuse to listen, so what's next in the fight to keep our planet protected?
How will Hugo Tagholm, CEO of Surfers Against Sewage, fight for environmentalism when the leader of the free world thinks climate change is a ‘Chinese hoax’?