A film rebel with a cause, Jia Zhangke, has been called one of the major revelations of the last two decades and one of the greatest filmmakers working today. His latest explores one of China's biggest problems.
According to research by leading environmental scientists, our oceans are being damaged at an alarming new rate.
Andrew Khosravani and Cristina Florit Gomila collaborate on a year-long animation project that looks at the effect of industrialisation on the natural landscape.
Shell's tie-up with Lego looks like an attempt to dodge the flack from the global outcry at their attempts to drill for oil in the Arctic.
Made in Hackney teach sustainable food skills that are good for people and the planet in a fun and inspiring way.
Frontside Gardens shows that effort and creativity matter more than a massive budget.
Founders of new Cornwall-based community initiative Giftwood Projects think learning to build a surfboard can be a life-changing experience.
Jason Larkin's new photobook captures a portrait of Johannesburg's fractured plains.
New Jersey writer Jon Coen meets some local faces – surfers, musicians and families – who came together in Sandy’s wake.
Outrage over the slaughter of elephants in Africa ignores the problems that cause it.
HUCK speaks to award-winning illustrator and documentarian Temujin Doran about his distopian new film.
GM crops are back on the menu. But should we be worried?