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Protestors from the global south were physically removed yesterday from the Madrid climate conference. However, a civil society armed with climate science refuses to be left out in the cold
Climate NGOs point fingers at nations holding back climate crisis efforts
The Paris Agreement has reached adolescence. Its final stages of development require consensus on the highly contentious Article Six
A report presented at COP25 highlights the trouble with tourism, but does the future of holiday travel cast an even darker shadow?
For the 25th time in history, the United Nations has convened for its annual two-week summit, trying to collectively solve the climate crisis. But is the will there to make real change?
The Wildlife Photographer of the Year’s Rising Star winner brings us a nature study in white
Abandoned coal mines contain a precious resource in the warm water they hold within
Marco Magrini wonders if the annual gathering of world leadership on environmental matters can make any real impact following its rushed relocation
A new animation produced by the charity Born Free raises the issue of captive lions in South Africa – marketed as ‘orphans’ to well-meaning tourists, but really a money-making con
The United States is grappling with a wild pig invasion. Working out where they roam and why is the first step towards controlling the population
Increased interest in the farming of endangered animals as a conservation method has led to a closer look at pangolins. Could farming their meat and scales save wild populations?
Will 2019 go down as the year that the world finally took meaningful action to protect rainforests to the preservation of life on Earth? And can photographers help this cause by producing breathtaking images of forests around the world, asks…
Large-scale air travel is under public scrutiny, and refusing to fly is increasingly in vogue, but can not dismantling the aviation industry really be justified?
A review of climate crisis coverage in the global media has revealed that rich countries and poor countries take a very different approach to environmental reporting
Marco Magrini looks at the carbon capturing power of the ocean’s giants
Marine Protected Areas are designed to benefit the marine ecosystem and human coastal populations, but are they actually achieving both?
The link between China’s economic growth and increased pollution has come to an end, but the path to sustainability is far from complete
An analysis of nine year’s worth of lightning data, covering two billion strikes has led to some unusual discoveries about the phenomenally powerful ‘superbolt’

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