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LIVE: Activists create protected area in North Sea to stop destructive fishing
Activists onboard the Greenpeace ship Esperanza, are dropping boulders onto the seabed to stop destructive bottom trawling. The government won’t protect these waters, so we're taking action. Check back for live updates as the action unfolds.
I asked people what it would take for them to give up their cars. Here’s what they told me.
Lots of people want to go car-free, but the government isn’t giving them good alternatives. Here’s what drivers said they’d need to get by without a car.
Indigenous leader demands Tesco drop forest destroyers
Activists delivered a powerful video appeal from the heart of the Amazon to Tesco’s HQ in Hertfordshire. In the film, Indigenouse leader Sônia Guajajara talks about the fires and forest destruction devastating Indigenous Peoples' land and asks Tesco: “Which side are you on?”
The beginner's guide to city cycling
There’s never been a better time to start cycling, but it can be confusing for beginners. If you’re wondering how to buy the right bike, how to cycle safely on the road, or what to wear for cycling, this guide is for you.
18 animals that went extinct in the last century
As David Attenborough explores in his latest documentary, humans have already driven many plants and animals extinct. Our impact serves as a stark warning at what species might yet be lost. Let's meet 18 animals that went extinct in the last 100 years, and find out what drove them to extinction.
People don’t want more traffic – so why is the government spending £27bn on roads?
The coronavirus lockdown gave the UK a chance to experience low-traffic, clean streets – ideal for safe cycling and walking. So why is the government spending £27 BILLION on new roads for high-polluting private vehicles?
Why electric cars are greener than petrol cars - and how we can make them better
Switching to electric cars is essential, but it’s not enough. Our transport system needs a rethink.
How to make a reusable facemask – and why you should
Facemasks are now compulsory in many public places around the UK, and pandemic-related plastic pollution is on the rise. Here are two ways to make your own washable, reusable mask using an upcycled shirt – one without any sewing!
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