As well as protecting the planet from climate change, our forests are home to a huge range of amazing nature and animal biodiversity. It's crucial that we do all we can to keep them safe. Here are some pictures of life in forests all over the world.
Trains are running empty, high streets are deserted. Most people are working from home due to the coronavirus pandemic. The government has mandated a full lockdown with only essential workers and trips allowed. Here's how to stay connected.
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.
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.
The government claims the new environment bill will protect the UK’s natural environment like never before. But as it stands, ministers are missing a once-in-a-generation chance to help the nation’s nature thrive.
World Wildlife Day is a great time to celebrate all the wonderful wild animals who share our planet. It is also a reminder for everyone to join the effort of maintaining a world that can sustain all life on Earth.
Think you know your climate villains? One thing you might not know is that banks such as Barclays have earned themselves a place at the top of the list. They're funding the companies fuelling climate change – whether it's drilling for oil, clearing forests or violating human rights.
Behind every fossil fuel company is a bank. And Barclays is the worst in Europe, pumping $85 billion into fossil fuels between 2016 and 2018. So Greenpeace activists shut down Barclays branches around the UK in protest. Here's what happened.