India Bourke is an environment writer and editorial assistant at the New Statesman.
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?
June saw 16 consecutive days of temperatures above 28°C. But joyous as it may seem, this unusually hot summer is no cause for celebration.
A parliamentary farmers market saw environmentalists and politicians attempt to find common ground over one of Brexit's thorniest subjects.
An ongoing dispute over workers’ rights is undermining Musk’s do-good, ethical image.
It is time to call out the “Squealer” of Silicon Valley.
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.