For years, the giant oil companies looked unshakeable. But over 10 surprising days in May, Exxon, Chevron and Shell lost a string of major battles that could finally force them to take climate change seriously.
Do global summits ever achieve anything? Can we really make a difference? And who’s responsible for change?
The UK is hosting the crucial COP26 global climate summit this year. The government says it's leading the world on climate change – but how are they really doing?
I’ve always kept an open mind about nuclear power, but after four decades working on this issue, I’m still waiting for someone to prove me wrong.
Five tough questions about Greenpeace’s campaign - answered by an expert.
Regulating the finance sector is probably the biggest single thing the government could do to stop the global climate catastrophe.
We all rely on the oceans for our survival, but they’re in serious trouble. Luckily there’s a new UN treaty in the works that could transform how our oceans are protected.
Offsetting can't make flying ‘carbon neutral’, no matter what the airlines say.
The existence of sacrifice zones shows how our system values some lives over others. But some climate solutions are set to sacrifice even more places to environmental crises.
The government's new wave of oil and gas licences keeps us tied to a declining industry. Offshore workers deserve better.