Recycling and low-energy light bulbs won't suffice in the battle against my elephantine footprint
A longer version of this week's NS interview
Everyone should watch a whale being dissected – it teaches us about life.
Before the financial crisis, New York and London walked hand in hand as “the two greatest cities in
“We’re right at the end of the time when we can still do something”
Are environmentalists right to insist that geoengineering should remain taboo?
The scramble for the world’s resources has barely abated with the recession, and our ecological debt
Can the battle against coal be won? Not if Labour stays in power
A plan to turn the Sahara into a forest is not about
reducing carbon emissions at all
A rainy day in July does not falsify climate change
Directgov seems intent on amplifying our fear of mortality
British architects have been gripped by wood mania
For those of you who've never taken part in a climate-change action, this is the way it goes.
Mayor Ritt Bjerregaard on green Copenhagen
Vandana Shiva on the injustice of offsetting
Climate change hits the poorest people hardest. Rich countries got us into this mess. Now they must
We have, it seems, led the planet into the age of ecocide. Can civilisation survive the unavoidable
Ed Miliband will need all the political skills he can muster to get a deal in Copenhagen
The organisation of the Climate Camp might be the eighth wonder of the world
Time is running out in Bangladesh where floods caused by climate change threaten to engulf entire is
Life in London slowed down as hotspots of protests sprang up in different parts of the city
World Development Movement's Kate Blagojevic
shares her experience of marching with thousands to pr
Observations on carbon trading
The global justice movement is back in town – and planning the biggest rally since the Iraq War marc
Most (but not all) environmentalists locate themselves on the progressive left. Most (but not all) are therefore extremely apprehensive about contested causes that are not recognisably “progressive”.
The perception of population growth in developing countries as the culprit of worldwide environmenta
Observations: The third runway
It’s not so much about how many of us there are on the planet, but how we consume, and how we cope w