In 1971, photographer Claudia Andujar began photographing the Yanomami – an Amer-Indian tribe living on the border of Brazil and Venezuela.
Individual solutions will not solve this mess as long as energy companies still ravage the environment.
This week, three Scottish activists climbed aboard a rig in Dundee harbour to highlight the country’s continued dependence on planet-killing fossil fuels.
As individuals, we are anything but powerless. In fact, small-scale action is essential for putting environmental issues on the political agenda.
It’s time for a radical, brave and global solution to the climate crisis – we can’t afford to have solutions for some, but not all.
The activist group has laid its foundations, but now it needs to grow – and the only way it can do that is by broadening its message.
This issue is all about celebrating strength in the face of adversity – sharing stories of defiance in a world falling apart.
Dubious ownership and a disastrous opening have raised doubts over the long-awaited service’s reputation. But is it really all that bad?
In Dilijan national park, a group of radical forest rangers are taking a stand against the country’s ‘wood mafia’.
Federico Borella’s Five Degrees explores the link between climate change and mental health in the drought-hit region of Tamil Nadu, India.
Beauty, tragedy, and farce: in a new project, photographer Otto Olaf Becker examines the complex relationship between mankind and the environment.
The fashion world may be promoting a new, more ‘sustainable’ kind of consumerism – but no matter what they try and sell, buying new will never lead to real change.