And why COVID-19 has launched a response that the climate crisis couldn't.
The response to coronavirus shows us that people can still work together to do the right thing.
Our research has brought us into contact with multiple communities whose lives are increasingly precarious thanks to climate change.
All eggs in supermarket Morrisons will soon be free range. But this – and other measures intended to promote ethical consumption – could impact badly on the worst off.
Instead of Tudors and Churchill, history students need to learn how civilisation has arrived at the point of no return.
Making ammonia produces almost 2% of global carbon dioxide emissions.
The world’s millions of indigenous people play a critical role in conserving biodiversity.
Literature of the past can help us to make the cultural shift that's necessary to address climate change.
Our climate is changing – and so must architecture.
Village Forests under the Social forestry Scheme can not only reduce poverty but also deforestation, study finds.
Although China's tree-planting efforts have increased carbon sequestration for climate mitigation and protected the soil from erosion, they have also led to drastic water shortages.
New research shows changing your lifestyle for environmental reasons can lead you into political action.
Jane Goodall's comments at Davos may seem harmless, but they reflect a dangerous misreading of the climate crisis that needs to be challenged.
Psychedelic drugs are creating waves as evidence mounts of their therapeutic potential. New research also suggests they might mitigate the climate crisis by unlocking a lost connection to nature.
The Tambora-Frankenstein myth silences Shelley's critique of science.
We need to tackle individualism to tackle climate change.
Climate change affects power plants in Indonesia, eventually disrupting energy supply to consumers.
Indonesia's capital Jakarta will face escalating flood costs by 2050.
The actions of today's leaders on climate change will determine how much more vocal youth will become in 2020.
There is nothing funny about the prospect of environmental collapse. But comedy can highlight the errors that led us to the crisis, and encourage us to act in the face of hopelessness.