Climate change is here. We can no longer ignore the rising temperatures, rising seas and extreme weather events.
Hurricane season in the US is getting worse each year due to climate change. This can have a devastating impact on the lives of chickens raised for meat.
One of the biggest causes of air-pollution is animal agriculture causing roughly half of all US air pollution. So what can be done?
We are running out of time to stop the climate crisis. Society faces three options in addressing climate threats… one of them unacceptable: do nothing and suffer the consequences of that inaction.
New poll conducted by the Yale Program on Climate Change Communication finds Americans are more alarmed than ever about climate change.
The World Resources Institute has launched an innovative idea; labelling food so that consumers know which foods have a smaller climate footprint.
The Sunrise Movement, an American organization of young people, are calling for a youth-led climate justice campaign.
Pope Francis has spoken out on the need for action on climate change in his new TED talk. Previously, in 2015 his Encyclical Laudato Si focused on the need to address the problems of consumerism, irresponsible development, environmental degradation and the global climate crisis.
The documentary I am Greta has been 3 years in the making. It is the first movie that Nathan Grossman has made in which he documented Greta’s campaign.
Teenage activist and vegan Greta Thunberg and Sir David Attenborough are to discuss climate change at a virtual wildlife film festival.
Young Americans are terrified of climate-change and concerned with inaction from politicians, but they are far too often ignored by those in power.
People living in wealthier countries are able to ignore the impact climate change is having on the planet, but how long will this last?
For many years older high profile conservationists and high profile organizations like Sierra Club, the WWF and Greenpeace who were campaigning for wild animals and endangered species have not made the link that farmed animals have appalling lives.
Industrial farming relies on large-scale environmental exploitation, triggering climate change, and destroying natural habitats.
Founder of Indigenous-led nonprofit organisation Ceibo Alliance, Nemonte Nenquimo, writes powerful letter to world leaders.
A study conducted by the University of Oxford shows that climate catastrophe is being caused largely by the wealthy, while the poor suffer the consequences.