This morning, I woke to a sound I didn’t recognise at first.
There is now evidence to show that most dinosaurs were covered in feathers, but film-makers might not welcome the new, softer, image.
In your faces, twitchers!
Criticism of David Attenborough’s latest nature series is at odds with the enhanced authenticity of how we record our own lives on social media.
Hallowe’en, or All Saints’ Eve, or el Día de los Muertos, or – as I pointed out to everyone’s surprise – the Scottish festival Samhuinn marks the beginning of winter.
Caroline Lucas, Naomi Klein and Bill McKibben respond to the prospect of a climate change denier in the White House.
The Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Select Committee has released its recommendations to overhaul flood management. Here’s what they remind us of.
Could our raptor rapture render us complacent about, or at least distracted from, the extinction crisis we currently face?
Sex, icebergs and individual plight: the actor’s earlier outing teaches us more about vast disasters than his new docufilm about global warming’s impact, Before the Flood.
It wasn’t like in the cartoons at all: speed wasn’t a factor, or at least it wouldn’t be, until much later in the game.
Forecasters begin to get a handle on our long-range winter weather.
The New Statesman goes behind the froth of daily headlines to look at the people and the passions shaping our world.
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