Whole Earth Discipline: an Ecopragmatist Manifesto
By Becky Hogge - 20 January 14:59

The American social entrepreneur and technology guru Stewart Brand's first significant contribution to the environmental movement came to him ashe sat on a rooftop in 1966.

Land of blue gold
By Isabel Hilton - 18 January 9:42

In a region fraught with mutual distrust, anxieties over water supply are raising tensions between I

Why it’s wrong to preach “climate justice”
By Mark Lynas - 14 January 13:23

Two wrongs don't make a right -- carbon is not a prerequisite to development

Our friends electric
By Caitlin Fitzsimmons - 14 January 6:27

Wind, waves and tides – the Orkney Islands
have it all, but they’ll need a little help to make a d

Climate activists refuse to lilo
By Bibi van der Zee - 08 January 8:23

Most of my memories of Copenhagen involve walking.

Climate protesters
By Michael Hodges - 17 December 7:06

"Climate change matters for everyone!", the girl cried. But no, it doesn't - not on this street, I f

Climate of confusion
By Bibi van der Zee - 17 December 7:06

I'm writing this column in a Copenhagen café (good coffee here, and at £4 a cup you don't drink too much of it) on Monday, with five days of negotiations at the climate change summit stretching out ahead.

Blaming the victims
By Duncan Green - 10 December 14:27

Does climate change require women in poor countries to stop "popping them out"?

Conspiracy theory? That'll be the deniers
By Mark Lynas - 10 December 5:47

Climate-change denial makes sense only as a conspiracy theory

Gobbled up by Gobi
By Holly Williams - 10 December 5:47

After ten years in Beijing, I thought I knew about sandstorms. Every spring the dust blows off the Mongolian steppe and veils the Chinese capital in a murky shroud.

Deniers, bankers and royal snappers
By Peter Wilby - 10 December 5:47

Climate change deniers should reveal whether they hold lucrative 'catastrophe' bonds

Bad idea: Growing Gatwick
By Alyssa McDonald - 10 December 5:47

If ever there was a bad week to start talking again about extra airport runways - and not just at Heathrow, but Gatwick, too - surely this was it.

Take a walk on the dark side
By James Burgess - 03 December 14:34

The Conservatives' European journey

Climate warriors march into the rain
By Bibi van der Zee - 03 December 5:20

It's a relief to watch the whole environmental movement getting on its feet just in time for Copenhagen.

The NS Interview: Rajendra Pachauri
By Sophie Elmhirst - 03 December 5:20

“We need a massive, grass-roots movement to solve climate change” -Rajendra Pachauri, chair of the I

Greens and blues
By Stephen Tindale - 03 December 5:20

Whatever the outcome at Copenhagen, the real work will be done in Europe, where the Tories look incr

As Washington and Beijing stall, poor folk take the lead
By Mark Lynas - 26 November 5:41

With the poorest countries in the world pledging to do most to combat climate change, richer nations

Here comes the sun
By Michael Brooks - 26 November 5:41

A giant nuclear fusion reactor could solve the world’s energy problems – but only if it doesn’t melt

Cuts won't cost the earth
By Oliver Tickell - 19 November 5:52

Economic reality is a curious thing. The term has a solid, reassuring sound. To go against it would be very foolish and immature. But what exactly is it?

Cloud control
By Bjorn Lomborg - 19 November 5:52

Drastic and immediate cuts in carbon emissions, as advocated by most of the green lobby, are an expe

20 green heroes and villains: Villains
By Staff blogger - 19 November 5:52

On 7 December, world leaders and negotiators will meet in Copenhagen to discuss the future of our pl

Leader: World leaders need to become green heroes too
By Staff blogger - 19 November 5:52

Without the requisite political will, the prospects for our planet remain bleak

20 green heroes and villains: Heroes
By Staff blogger - 19 November 5:52

On 7 December, world leaders and negotiators will meet in Copenhagen to discuss the future of our pl

Green heroes and villians...
By Staff blogger - 18 November 18:00

...here's two that didn't quite make the cut

20 green heroes and villains: Have your say
By Staff blogger - 18 November 12:55

Who did we miss out from our top 10 heroes and top 10 villains? Let us know here by having your say

We need to go cold turkey to kick our addiction to oil
By Mark Lynas - 12 November 5:43

High oil prices could act as a global insurance policy against the collapse of climate talks

We are the Ronaldos of activism
By Bibi van der Zee - 05 November 5:55

Environmental campaigners have made far more progress than we realise

Campaign spotlight: Toxic assets
By Staff blogger - 05 November 5:55

Adam Ramsay, campaigner at People and Planet

When it comes to carbon footprints, I’m a LoseACC
By Sophie Elmhirst - 29 October 7:51

Recycling and low-energy light bulbs won't suffice in the battle against my elephantine footprint

Good idea: Starting from scratch
By Samira Shackle - 29 October 7:51

As the jobless count continues to rise, it has been predicted that bank bonuses could reach £6bn. Is this the sign of recovery, or is there an alternative?