Since 2007, Gideon Mendel has made 20 trips to document floods in 13 countries. The result is an alarming record of what has already been lost to the climate emergency.
Adrian Fisk recalls documenting the fight in Newbury to prevent the felling of 350 acres of ancient woodland to make a motorway bypass.
Tackling rising inequality starts with establishing a politics of care, repair and regeneration.
Demonstrators gathered outside the Barbican to call out the non-profit.
Israel’s restrictions on Palestinians’ access to water is having an increasingly devastating impact as the climate crisis worsens.
Adrienne Buller and Mathew Lawrence discuss their new book, which offers a road map to transforming the landscape of property, politics and power today.
As UK temperatures soared to 40C this week, prisoners were left to suffer in inhumane conditions with a lack of access to water, reports Rebecca Tidy.
Extreme temperatures in India and Pakistan, which were made 30 times more likely by the climate crisis, have had deadly consequences.
A new exhibition brings together photographers whose works address unsustainable industries and their impact on the climate.
Rather than syphoning off students’ exorbitant fees to fossil fuels and arms companies, universities have a duty to set an example.
Emma Smart, 44, explains why she vowed to stop eating when she was jailed in November for breaching an M25 injunction.
This weekend protestors gathered in solidarity with the nine demonstrators sent to prison for breaking an injunction preventing them from blocking roads.