India Bourke is an environment writer and editorial assistant at the New Statesman.
The crisis facing marine life is far, far bigger than a focus on straws and cotton buds suggests.
Carbon capture and storage is still controversial, yet the technology is bringing key players from politics and big industry to the same table.
The treatment of four men involved in a protest in Lancashire has been condemned as “draconian”.
An Attenborough for the Anthropocene age.
“If we haven’t got a market to sell our products to, then there won’t be much point in actually going out and catching it.”
How many “hottest ever” summers will it take for climate change scepticism to be dispelled for good?
The devastation unleashed on the southern Indian state of Kerala could have been avoided.
Descriptions of trees and people begin to merge and blossom, as Powers novel opens up questions about the “personhood” of plants.
My grandad’s story makes me sympathetic to Corbyn, but also concerned at the response of some supporters.
Two new podcasts - one from the former President of Ireland and another from Mary Creagh MP - are taking on the environmental crisis. Are they any good?