Icelandic writer Andri Snær Magnason talks about how to write about climate change, the intersection of death and nature, and Iceland’s sacred cow.
The pandemic has already delayed the 2020 Olympic Games. But sporting tournaments are already facing a larger issue: global warming.
Clive Hamilton talks about the importance of preparing for a harsher future, the role of big businesses in climate change denial, and why we must abandon the idea of endless progress.
“I can’t teach you to tell polymer from mesoglea...” Marcin Orliński presents a piece by a Polish poet.
A young environmental activist outlines why climate is the pressing issue of his generation.
On 14th June 2019, 13-year-old Inga Zasowska started her climate strike outside the Polish parliament. It’s children like Inga and Greta Thunberg who can bring us hope – if only we would listen to them.
The Nile river eventually flows into the Mediterranean Sea, but has more humble origins. One such source is the Blue Nile at Lake Tana in Ethiopia, where water can be in short supply for large parts of the year.
Today, Greta Thunberg is an icon of the battle against global warming. The unassuming 16-year-old has brought impetus to a worldwide youth movement, but what comes next?
Children are as inspired as ever these days, especially when it comes to environmental matters. We take a look at five remarkable green initiatives and inventions created by the youngest generation.
In the age of the Anthropocene, it seems increasingly likely that human activities will damage the climate beyond repair. But nature still holds power. With the click of a finger, the eruption of a supervolcano could sharply end existence as we know it.
Jakarta is the fastest sinking city in the world today. In the face of global warming, can humanity adapt to higher and higher sea water levels?
Olafur Eliasson talks about recreating the sun, light in art, and engaging with the world beyond the gallery.
In the Russian Far East, climate change is causing more and more permafrost to melt. The effects could be disastrous, and not only for Yakuts.
One of the world’s greatest ecosystems is dying before our eyes due to global warming. Our polar correspondent recounts the tragedy of the Barents Sea.
The Global Seed Vault’s doors are closed for 350 days a year. And for good reasons too – it might just save humanity in the event of a mass disaster.
Zimbabwe, a country whose economy is highly dependent on agriculture, has been deeply affected by climate change. Droughts and floods are more common whereas rainfall has become unpredictable.