Clashes at a huge coal mine were the latest episode in a long struggle.
Discussing climate change with children is important, and the three Es can help facilitate these discussions.
In a new edition of his classic work, Suzuki suggests the major crises we face – pandemics, climate disruption, biodiversity loss – all have roots in our lack of recognition of our place in nature.
Girls are leading activist movements across the world, but don’t see themselves as political.
Our planet is undeniably in crisis and desperately needs COP27 to succeed. Without concrete action, we are condemning today’s children to a harsher future.
From Barbados to Finland, we’ve seen women’s leadership on climate bring fair, innovative and ambitious policies.
Literary texts are useful for environmental communication and can deal with the complexity of climate change.
We have interviewed more than 80 young people since the start of the pandemic, in an effort to better understand the concerns of many disengaged, marginalised and disadvantaged young people.
Supporting youth involvement in climate policymaking helps keep sustainability at the top of governments’ priorities.
Sweden has long tried to foster a global consciousness in its young people.
Listen to the fourth episode of a new series from The Anthill Podcast ahead of the COP26 climate change summit in Glasgow.
Regardless of the outcomes of COP26, imaginations have already revolted.
The long-awaited ruling by the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child is as groundbreaking as it is disappointing. Where to next for young climate activists?
Teenagers directly affected by fracking have voiced disappointment at the political process. They’re looking for other ways to make their voices heard
Telling girls to smile pressures distracts them from the very real, dangerous and sometimes deadly challenges that girls around the world face.
It’s clear that when girls and young women are at the forefront of major social justice movements, the old structures of patriarchy and misogyny can be challenged and hopefully dismantled.
A new study documents the influence of Greta Thunberg on the public’s motivation to act on climate change.
A new documentary follows a group of young Australian climate activists, loosely weaving their fresh protests with historical events. It’s powerful, if a little too polite.
What might the past offer us at this moment, and how will future generations reflect on this year? How will this present become the future’s past?
State governments, councils, researchers and entrepreneurs are slowing our slide to disaster – but they need others to step up.