A new study has exposed the terrifying extent to which the climate crisis is linked to widespread psychological distress among young people globally.
A group of teenagers from Australia are suing the government over a coal mine extension. Win or lose, it’ll make a profound difference across the world.
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 more and more people concerned about the earth‘s future, many are flocking to a once-niche ideology that argues for universal childlessness.
As the city’s population rises, the future of its green spaces are in doubt. Writer Jessica Furseth meets the people trying to save them.
The Shadow Treasury Secretary discusses greenwashing, bullshit, and his hopes for a radical future with school strikers Noga Levy-Rapoport and Al Shadjerah.
This issue is all about celebrating strength in the face of adversity – sharing stories of defiance in a world falling apart.
Feminism and sustainability are intrinsically linked. But as long as women continue abiding by the shop-til-you-drop ethos of consumer culture, both movements will suffer.
After 11 days of protest, Extinction Rebellion have ended their action in London. Writer and activist Ben Smoke assesses how effective they were.
We speak with journalist and author Beth Gardiner about the health effects that come with breathing dirty air – an issue responsible for seven million premature deaths every year.
While consumers have forced the fashion industry to start confronting its ethical and environmental shortcomings in recent years, the tech world remains unchecked. Why?
In a new series, we seek advice from some of the world’s most notable activists – starting with writer and environmentalist George Monbiot.