Thanks to disgraceful government failures, an illegal waste-dumping mafia is now burning and burying millions of tonnes of dangerous materials.
The living world is being hit by everything at once: the only way to stop our full-spectrum assault on Earth systems is to reduce our economic activity.
Protecting the natural world means creating tomorrow’s ancient habitats.
Our team uncovers the remarkable, but scarcely understood, truth about river pollution.
Our rivers and seas are being transformed into open sewers by greedy business and useless governments.
At last people are waking up to the fishing industry’s devastating impacts.
World summits and politicians’ promises are not taking us closer to environmental salvation, but further away.
Across the UK, our rivers are being turned into filthy, dead gutters, at astonishing, heartbreaking speed.
The great majority of people do not want to return to business-as-usual after the pandemic, but our governments are determined to make us do so.
How did wildlife groups start collaborating in the destruction of nature?
The boats supplying the fish we eat are killing dolphins so fast that they are heading towards extinction.
Despite growing awareness, our government still allows landowners to help flood the homes of people living downstream.
Allowing the seas to recover from the outrageous assaults of commercial fishing can help heal our own wounded lives.
The political parties have finally woken up to the environmental crisis. But the media hasn’t
For the sake of life on Earth, we should set an upper limit on the money any person can amass.
Thanks to shocking failures of government, every tree, almost everywhere, is now threatened by killer plagues
Industrial fishing is the biggest threat to our blue planet. So why don’t we act on it?
It is a weapon pointed at the living world. We urgently need to develop a new system.
No one is coming to save us. Only rebellion will prevent an environmental apocalypse
We launch a new campaign to allow ecosystems to recover on a massive scale, drawing down carbon from the atmosphere