We’re celebrating the inspiring individuals and activist groups who’ve been building a better future in 2021.
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.
Now in its 41st year, the event will unite athletes, filmmakers, conservationists and authors to discuss our role in the natural world.
With the gaming industry booming, a growing number of developers and environmental campaigners are looking to channel that attention and cash towards the climate crisis.
It is morally reprehensible to have a conversation about climate justice without acknowledging the issues around race and migration, writes Yvonne Blake, the co-founder of MORE.
Photographer Ben Millar Cole has been on the streets of Glasgow this week capturing the colourful and diverse protests taking place around the conference.
Just days into the conference, some climate protestors report being forced into a police kettle for hours in the cold without toilet access.
Communities on the frontline of climate chaos are being forced to shoulder the financial burden of a crisis that they did not create.
Izzy Warren, a 17-year-old campaigner with UK Student Climate Network, explains why she took part in a protest against the museum’s sponsorship deals with fossil fuel companies.
The climate crisis is rapid, widespread, and intensifying. That's why, to mark COP26, we're running a Huck climate takeover.
Activists are calling on governments to centre the voices of communities on the frontline of the climate crisis.