To mark Earth Day, we’re rounding up some of the most urgent climate campaigns to learn about and fight for.
Dan Wilton has travelled across nine European countries to capture the consequences for those who live near mines and power plants.
Anitra Nelson discusses her new book envisioning a post-money version of the future.
Activist group BP or not BP? are calling on the British Museum to cut its ties with fossil fuel companies.
Anti-ad organisers are imploring people to take action over what they want their neighbourhoods to look like.
A new exhibition brings together photographers whose works address unsustainable industries and their impact on the climate.
We’re celebrating the inspiring individuals and activist groups who’ve been building a better future in 2021.
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.
It’s on the streets that we should look for hope in the fight to stop catastrophic climate change, writes Friends of the Earth campaigner, Rachel Kennerley.
Campaigners who’ve set up a protest camp in Ryebank Fields are calling for an end to plans to sell the land for development.