Why won't the government give people control over where their energy comes from? Plus, what going zero-waste *actually* involves.
In light of Europe’s energy crisis, community-led schemes could provide a more secure and renewable system.
Moji Igun has spent the past five years cutting landfill waste out of her life. She tells us what it’s really like to exist outside of a waste system m…
Why a bowl of beans is the right choice for the climate, with the founder of Bold Bean Co. Plus: how Chile is stepping forward as a green hydrogen hub.
The Atacama Desert might help Chile shift from being a net energy importer, to a clean energy exporter.
Why have we been ignoring the most affordable, accessible and carbon-friendly source of protein for all this time?
From COP: we won't get anywhere by relying on offsetting. Plus a campaign to follow in Venice's footsteps and ban cruise ships in La Paz, MX.
Reporting from COP, Nina Hanna argues that recourse to ‘net-zero’ might be doing more harm than good – and offers an alternative way to think about cli…
With a new megaport threatening marine life in the UNESCO-protected Gulf of California, La Paz conservationists are mounting resistance to overtourism.
We visited the world's first climate transparent store. Plus, the green solutions growing out of Lebanon's ongoing infrastructure crisis.
Pushing brands to show the climate footprint of their products is in many ways the final frontier of food labelling. What can we learn from previous po…
From erecting solar panels to counteract nationwide blackouts to creating recycling facilities, young Lebanese entrepreneurs are responding to economic…