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Google has been supporting organisations that not only deny climate change but also thwart environmental protection policy. However, in light of the recent pandemic, it's about to halt this support for good. Or is it? Unfortunately, it turned out to be

The average human goes through around 100 toilet rolls per year. No surprises then, that this everyday household item is responsible for the destruction of large swathes of forest across the globe. Here we explore the issue with tissue, the

While everyone is talking about COVID-19 (understandably so), Africa is facing a locust plague that puts some 30 million people at risk of starvation. These unimaginable swarms are spreading across East Africa spelling disaster for local people and economies.  In early

Having spent the last few months travelling the globe to regions feeling the impact of the climate crisis (read her updates from the Great Barrier Reef and New Zealand's glaciers), our globetrotting contributor Hannah Nicholl reports from Antarctica. Here's the

Heard about the new app touted as the “Fitbit for your carbon footprint”? Say hello to Capture; a consumer app that enables users to track, reduce, and remove CO2 emissions from everyday life. We chat to Josie Stoker, Capture's inspirational

Australia is burning. And the fires are leaving a path of destruction and devastation in their wake. With an estimated one billion animals lost, thousands of homes destroyed, people displaced, fires the size of Manhattan, and at least 28 people losing

Here's the eclectic mix of what you read the most in 2019: from sustainable gifts and crazy eco-inventions to the circular economy of Asia's largest slum and Singapore's sustainable hotels. A lot has happened this year: Greta Thunberg exploded on to

This week: COP25 came to a disappointing conclusion. Greenpeace releases a report showing the fishing industry is rife with modern-day slavery. The Ocean Clean Up project returns its first haul of plastic from the Great Pacific Garbage Patch to shore.

The wave of public support for climate change action shows no sign of slowing. Hot on the heels of Greta Thunberg’s Global Climate Strikes is Amsterdam’s Rebel Without Borders; a non-violent, civil disobedience protest calling for governments to stop talking

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