India Bourke is an environment writer and editorial assistant at the New Statesman.
New signals from possible “aliens” remind us that the largest puzzle of all is not space, but our own minds.
Whatever its future in England, fracking has already left a troubled legacy and created a new type of activist.
Accountability must come first, the movement says.
A new group of environmental activists want to use civil disobedience to highlight the climate crisis.
Animal stories are at their best when they reveal our shared emotional experience, but they must also touch on the ways those emotions are manipulated.
The Conservatives are dodging the challenges presented by global climate change. That needs to end now.
A new report details the risks to England’s coast in a changing climate. But there are also losses which can’t be quantified.
Rachel Love Nuwer’s new book seeks out the people behind the trafficking industry estimated to be worth between $7bn and $23bn a year.
The crisis facing marine life is far, far bigger than a focus on straws and cotton buds suggests.