The demand for perpetual economic growth, and the collective madness it provokes, leads inexorably to environmental collapse
The terrible legacy of European farm subsidies – and how we could use Brexit as an opportunity for something better
It’s about time we discussed the real population crisis.
The hideous pollution case I stumbled on illustrates our failure to see the harm caused by animal farming.
The Ecomodernists launching their manifesto today propose solutions that are both ignorant and brutal.
The BBC’s coverage of the countryside is a biased, unquestioning, deferential disgrace.
How I caught a glimpse, through the unlikely medium of roadkill, of what lies beneath.
New evidence suggests that obesity might be incurable. So why does the government propose to punish sufferers?
We should stop recycling the old “Yellow Peril” myth. The people most hostile to action on climate change are American and British, not Chinese.
The interactions between wildlife and the physical planet are more complex and fascinating than we could ever have imagined.
Pointless, joyless consumption is destroying our world of wonders.
Advertising and consumerism dull our capacity for empathy.
A government-backed industrial lobbying campaign is being funded by a stealth tax. It’s an outrage.
We have offshored both our consumption and our perceptions
Pathological consumption has become so normalised that we scarcely notice it.
This is by far the most interesting and challenging debate about nuclear power I have had to date.
The evidence linking Alzheimer’s disease to the food industry is strong and growing.
The rich world is causing the famines it claims to be preventing.
Thanks to an aristocratic minister, state spending is being used to support pheasant shoots and destroy birds of prey.
Population is much less of a problem than consumption. No wonder the rich are obsessed by it.