Joining The Dots is a Huck podcast. In the latest episode, we talk to climate activist Jamie Margolin about growing up in Trump's America.
In 1971, photographer Claudia Andujar began photographing the Yanomami – an Amer-Indian tribe living on the border of Brazil and Venezuela.
Despite numerous lawsuits, deaths and disturbing health reports, the Michigan city’s tap water remains untreated. A new documentary tries to find out why.
In his new book, Notes From An Apocalypse, the Irish author investigates our in-built obsession with the end of the world.
Sitting 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.
The Australian has become one of the most influential nature photographers of the 21st century, capturing the formidable power – and increasing vulnerability – of our oceans.
This summer saw one of the most destructive fire seasons in the country’s history. But once the gaze of global news departs, how does the community carry on?
With street protests now banned thanks to the Coronavirus crisis, Fridays For Futures school strikers are finding new ways to advocate for change.
The Coronavirus has shown that, when the wealthy are at risk, we can mobilise state power and plough public funds. It’s time we did the same for the climate crisis.
In a new film for Huck, we catch up with the London school strikers on the anniversary of their first action.
Individual solutions will not solve this mess as long as energy companies still ravage the environment.
Shut down and cropped out: 17-year-old activist Athian Akec reflects on the systemic racism of the climate movement.