In the 21st century, every piece of coal we don’t burn is a small victory for life on Earth.
It’s clear that any new oil and gas drilling will hurt our chances of tackling climate change. But in 2018, the government granted BP a permit for a new oil well in the North Sea. After a legal challenge from Greenpeace, the government has admitted it granted the permit unlawfully.
Airlines are demanding government bailouts to keep them in business. Here's what we should ask for in return.
Social distancing has forced cities to rethink their streets, turning car-dominated spaces over to walking and biking. When they see the difference it makes, they might never turn back.
Demand has plummeted because of Coronavirus, but oil workers shouldn’t pay the price for the industry’s latest crisis. Governments can help by giving them a way out.
In the first national elections in the time of Covid-19, South Korea’s Democratic Party won in a landslide – after putting forward a bold Green New Deal plan in their manifesto. Here’s what happened.
To celebrate Earth Day 2020, let's take a tour of nine amazing places around this beautiful planet. How many have you heard of?
We’re living through one of the most challenging moments in recent global history. Not only must we protect the most vulnerable among us from Covid-19 and the impacts of the pandemic, but we must also protect our future from further climate change. Now is the time for ingenuity like we’ve never seen before.
Right now, the coronavirus pandemic is the global priority. We all need to work together to save lives and keep our communities together. But the climate and nature emergencies will still be there when the spread of Covid-19 is brought under control. With the right recovery, this could be the moment we take the measures that solve the climate crisis at the same time we escape from this one.
In the far west of Wales, a little too close to the sea, lies a small village called Fairbourne. It’s being called the first place in the UK to be lost to climate change, as rising sea levels and extreme weather become too much to defend it from.