To reverse the current climate and ecological crises, governments must put an end to the damaging forms of technology, innovation, investments and incentives that contribute to it.
When the current crisis passes, we must seize the opportunity to re-imagine, and to create, a different kind of future.
Instead of Tudors and Churchill, history students need to learn how civilisation has arrived at the point of no return.
Jane Goodall's comments at Davos may seem harmless, but they reflect a dangerous misreading of the climate crisis that needs to be challenged.
The largest reproductive event on the planet is under threat.
Writing vividly about her beloved Aberdeenshire landscape has reconnected many readers and writers to nature, underscoring the need to protect our fragile environment.