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The Swedish author on how the climate crisis is dramatically increasing the risk of future pandemics.
Challenge everything? How the plea for climate action comes at a personal cost.
After a century defined by a global rush to control oil, we may soon see a scramble to dominate decarbonisation.
How diplomatic stalemate could lead to an oil spill four times worse than the Exxon Valdez disaster.
The cost of environmental destruction far exceeds the cost of preventing it. But the world is sleepwalking into catastrophe.
The movement’s stated ambition to “go beyond politics” sits uneasily with its pursuit of parliamentary legislation.
If the climate crisis is to be addressed, British households must reduce the 6.6 million tons of food they waste each year.
The UCL professor and author believes Covid-19 offers only a "small glimpse" of our possible future.
The proposals would help eliminate childhood hunger and guarantee agricultural standards after Brexit.
To choose a sustainable future we must make our voices heard, otherwise it will be too late.
The current legal framework enables and rewards the behaviours that are driving the climate emergency.