Britain’s countryside excludes nearly eight million Black and communities of colour. Reclaiming our right to roam can reconnect marginalised communities to nature and the land.
Nearly a century ago, the Kinder Mass Trespass direct action showed us another countryside was possible. Now we must follow in their footsteps for ourselves – and for nature too.
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.
From straws to street design, disabled people are often left out of the environmental decisions that affect them most.
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.
Climate change is already harming peoples’ lives, but those effects are not being felt equally around the world. People in poorer countries and communities are facing the brunt of the crisis. Climate justice means balancing the scales, repairing the damage to these people’s lives but also holding those most responsible for the climate crisis to account.