Climate change is here. We can no longer ignore the rising temperatures, rising seas and extreme weather events.
As the world comes to terms with the severity of the climate crisis, these companies are looking in the direction of sustainability for our planet.
The fossil fuel industry would like us to believe that we cannot live without the oil and gas which is leading us towards human extinction.
The animal agriculture industry may be facing changes soon as public sentiment and the law begin to demand better animal rights.
European Union agrees on a landmark law preventing companies from selling certain commodities in the EU if they’re grown where forests were recently cleared.
Billionaire philanthropist Bill Gates has said that plant-based alternatives to meat could help in the fight against environmental destruction.
The year has only just started but already Europe has broken an alarming number of weather records as extreme heat spread across the continent.
Even if it is junk food, there are many benefits to swapping out meat for a plant-based diet, including environmental benefits.
Nations attending COP15 have agreed to protect a third of the planet for nature by 2030 in a landmark deal aimed at safeguarding biodiversity.
In the past 12 months I have learned that the mass extermination of the Amazon is a climate catastrophe – and much more.
With only two instances of the word ‘ocean’ in the latest 5,000-word working agreement, delegates fear marine biodiversity is being sacrificed at COP15.
At COP15, only two countries in the world did not join the UN Convention on Biological Diversity: the Vatican and the US.
Climate change is warming the earth and there can be no denying it. Utqiagvik reached a high of 40 degrees on Monday. The highest its ever been.
More and more nations and international security organisations are recognising the security risks that come with climate change.
A big win at this years COP27 was the promise to set up a “loss and damage” fund. This could change how climate change is seen globally.
Agroecology is recognised by UN organisations as a way of cutting greenhouse gas emissions and reversing biodiversity loss, while supporting indigenous rights.