The just transition
Tackling the climate crisis without harming workers in polluting industries.
Through high-tech forest monitoring and persistent legal action against invasions, the Karipuna Indigenous People are beginning to win the fight against deforestation in their Amazon lands. Here’s their remarkable story.
Britain’s countryside excludes nearly eight million people of colour. Reclaiming our right to roam can reconnect marginalised communities to nature and the land.
To understand what’s happening to the seas, we asked the people who know them best. Their stories might just change the way you see our oceans.
From straws to street design, disabled people are often left out of the environmental decisions that affect them most.
We celebrate three queer movements that fought David-and-Goliath battles – and won. It’s more important than ever for environmentalists to learn from these phenomenal activists as we continue to fight against the climate emergency.
People of colour are already leading the environment movement, but all too often their contributions are erased. It’s time that changed.
Remember these names – they might just change the world.
Disabled people often suffer most from plastic pollution, but many also rely on plastic products for health, independence and dignity. In a new comic, illustrator and disability activist Ananya Rao-Middleton explores this complicated relationship.
What happens to oil workers when oil prices crash? This film tells the story of the communities most in need of a just transition away from fossil fuels.