18 April 2023
SHEWOLVES: Learning to Bite Back
Have you ever thought about what it feels like to be a teenager in a world that could soon burn up? Why would a 15-year-old girl become an activist? SHEWOLVES is a delightful comedy answering these questions.
22 November 2022
COP 27 Roundup
A look at the key achievements and agreements from this year’s climate conference in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt.
5 November 2022
COP 27: is it too little too late?
Ahead of COP 27, I ask whether political summits are as effective as we need them to be, and look at the goals for this year’s summit in Egypt.
26 July 2022
The time America almost stopped Climate Change
Around 30 years ago, America had the solution to climate change in the palm of their hands, but someone decided to put a spanner in the works.
15 June 2022
Is cotton sustainable and environmentally friendly?
Discover the extent of the impacts of everyday material cotton and if we should be concerned by it. Read about the contribution of cotton to environmental deconstruction and if cotton can be labelled as sustainable regardless of if it is organic.
1 November 2021
Alok Sharma and PM want more out of countries at COP26, after China and Russia back away
COP26 is one of the most important meetings between world leaders of all time, and COP President Alok Sharma has said that it is now or never in regards to keeping the global temperature rises lower than 1.5C.
14 May 2021
Y7 Climate & Environment track policies announced
Calling for policy changes in climate finance, crisis management and sustainable resource management
3 May 2021
Hawaii declares climate emergency in historic decision
As the first US state to declare a climate emergency, Hawaii will pass a legislative resolution acknowledging the risks to humanity and the environment posed by climate change.
31 March 2021
Early Japanese cherry blossom caused by climate change
Japan’s cherry blossom trees are universally admired and are a centerpiece of Japanese culture, but their early blossom this year is not something to celebrate, say climate scientists.
3 July 2020
Climate after Covid: an interview with Gideon Futerman, Worldward
How can coronavirus impact our approach to climate change?
22 September 2019
Millions march across the world for immediate climate action
‘Enough is enough’
12 May 2019
Extinction Rebellion: Who are they and why on earth are they rebelling?
Everything you need to know about the radical climate activists, their three key demands and what they've achieved
14 March 2019
15 Steps To Save The Planet
Climate change. What really is it and what can we do to help?
17 February 2019
Nationwide student strike for climate – in pictures
Voice caught up with the march in London on Friday as thousands of students ditched classes to protest political inaction over climate change
17 February 2019
Students demand radical climate action in nationwide strike
Thousands of young people take the day off school to protest political inaction over global warming