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.
The UK media has a long history of failing to highlight the voices that really matter in the fight against the climate crisis – and this COP26 has been no different, writes Kimi Chaddah.
The climate crisis is rapid, widespread, and intensifying. That's why, to mark COP26, we're running a Huck climate takeover.
Following the release of the UN’s landmark climate report, young activists are determined to keep up the momentum and to emphasise that all is not yet lost.
Following the IPCC report issuing its most severe warning on the climate crisis yet, students came together in London to demand government action.
The giant sand art commissioned by sustainable footwear brand Allbirds is calling on leaders to use their global leadership position to drive down their carbon footprints today.
The vote for a third runway at Heathrow puts both the planet and the progressive left at risk, writes Ellie Mae O'Hagan. You can't build socialism on a dead planet.
Across the United Kingdom, local authorities are risking the public's cash, pensions and futures on dirty fossil fuel investments.
Whether he's walking the corridors of power or swimming in the most extreme environments known to man, campaigner Lewis Pugh is determined to save our oceans, one bit at a time.
Humanity is on the edge, with a climate change armageddon on the horizon, and indicative of these changes is the destruction of the Kalbarri reef. The devastation was discovered by Dr Thomas Wernberg, who is now on a mission to save it.