As he releases the documentary ‘Is It Time To Break The Law?’, activist and presenter Chris Packham talks to Graeme Green about activism and the ‘radical flank’ effect.
Naomi Fowler of the Tax Justice Network investigates how wealthy elites and transnational companies benefit from the climate crisis
What will be the definitive climate struggles of 2022? Danny Chivers shares global activists’ to do list.
Danny Chivers digs into a major Indian farming project that pulls carbon from the air – and increases yields for farmers.
As the UN climate talks commence – where talk of a green and just transition for workers is on the agenda – Conrad Landin inspects the ground realities for oil workers in Scotland.
Fungus, fire and falling prices. Danny Chivers does a round-up of climate news.
Danny Chivers weighs up the evidence on carbon-capture technologies and finds them wanting.
Amy Hall on the underappreciated link between the twin crises of our times.
Danny Chivers reveals the deep flaws of ‘net-zero’ targets.
Jake Woodier on the climate activists challenging corporate bailouts for the world’s polluters
Aruna Chandrasekhar on how climate activism has kept going in a time of isolation.
Danny Chivers is buoyed up by three decisive victories led by indigenous groups against fossil fuel interests in Australia, Brazil and Canada.
Nanjala Nyabola on making amends for high-carbon lifestyles.
Lucy EJ Woods heads to a mining town teaming up with Extinction Rebellion in northeast England.
Louise Gray on sonic journalism, a novel way of recording the decline of the natural world.
All is not lost. Danny Chivers offers four movement-building strategies for the years ahead.
Vanessa Baird on how to turn a toxic bane into a liberating blessing.
As cities begin planning for coastal erosion, relocating residents has paved the way for land grabs, forced evictions and a new wave of climate-driven gentrification. Jennifer Johnson reports.
We are finally getting sponsorship out of the arts. Now let’s fix the grim working conditions. It’s all connected, argues Katherine Hearst.
Charlotte Greene* shares a powerful and personal account of 24-hours with Extinction Rebellion’s October uprising in London.
Exclusive: the inside story on Jeanne-Luc, Extinction Rebellion’s pink Octopus.
The global climate strike is a crucial mobilization against ecological breakdown. Adam Weymouth speaks to those preparing to strike.
A graphic blueprint that models radical CO2 reductions to 2050. By Information is Beautiful.
Hoda Baraka on the climate action movements working to end fossil fuel extraction.
The Bonn Climate Change Conference shows how top down processes will not bring about just solutions for the majority world, Harpreet Kaur Paul writes.
Storms do not discriminate, but societies do, argues Daniel Macmillen Voskoboynik.
The possibility of workers’ rights and climate justice movements responding together provides hope, writes Dalia Gebrial.