India Bourke is an environment writer and editorial assistant at the New Statesman.
Gore discusses climate change, the power of the presidency and his new film An Inconvenient Sequel.
Speaking up for the ocean is taking professional mermaids to the heart of Australia's fiercest political debate.
Anti-fracking protestors at Preston New Road in Lancashire have undertaken a month of "Rolling Resistance" events. But does building a national movement risk estranging those closer to home?
This plan is largely a plan to make more plans.
Here's hoping future statements about farming and the environment aren't quite so sheepish.
The quotation used - about a love of reading - is spoken by a character who only pretends to like books. So why choose it?
Inaction on climate change impacts both business and health, says new report.
How Bloomsbury used the Harry Potter series to make publishing eco-friendly.
At an event at Tate Modern, Sadiq Khan pledged to clean up London's act.
The physicist's inistence on mankind's expansion risks making him a handmaiden of inequality.