Almost half a century ago, the Norwegian philosopher Arne Næss created the concept of deep ecology. We still have much to learn from his principles today.
We should not only think of mushrooms for their culinary uses – fungi hold immense ecological potential to repair the environment.
From the memories of flowers to the sociability of trees, the cognitive capacities of our vegetal cousins are all around us.
Microplastics are almost imperceptible to the human eye. Yet their impact on the environment is shocking – as evidenced by the Great Pacific Garbage Patch.
The Indigenous Mirning people of the Great Australian Bight are fighting to protect nature – both the land and the sea that they call home.
Naomi Klein’s latest book “How to Change Everything” (co-written with Rebecca Stefoff) is an inspirational guide, sure to spur the youngest generation to environmental action.
Czesław Miłosz’s poem “And the City Stood in Its Brightness” deals with loss. It also allows us to reflect on solastalgia, or environmental grief.
One of the world’s most isolated island groups has just been made one of the world’s largest ocean reserves.
A short story set in 2040, when due to global warming Iceland’s climate becomes vastly colder and harsher. A biology teacher disappears during a school trip and her daughter starts to search for her.
The Earth – which is undisputedly round – has been subjected to some bizarre theories across history. What is also certain, is that we need to act now to save it.