India Bourke is an environment writer and editorial assistant at the New Statesman.
Plastic has become emblematic of Conservative green policy – but it is a sign of their timidity, not their success.
Mobile networks, satellites and solar panels are helping scientists see the world through avian eyes.
The UK has voted in favour of a near-total ban on dangerous neonicotinoids.
The recent bout of hot weather was deemed to be a “hotspell” not a “heatwave”.
No recent Prime Minister has supported the forestry project. Only the Queen has thought it worth her time.
The debate around live animal exports suggests the government’s post-Brexit vision of animal welfare is driven as much by self-interest as compassion.
There is a disparity between the bear’s idealised portrayal, and the messy reality of its warming world.
A new documentary shows the fragile, connected future both humans and animals now face.
Local governments in America are suing fossil fuel companies for damages caused by climate change – could the UK follow suit?
His search for a theory of everything became a story for everyone.