Thousands of animal rights and environment activists are planning to blockade Smithfield Market – the largest wholesale meat market in the UK – in the next wave of Extinction Rebellion climate protests.
The Whitehall officials responsible for tackling the climate crisis dramatically increased their domestic flights last year despite the huge carbon footprint associated with aviation. Officials from the
A wind-up radio, a smattering of colour photos and a stack of glossy books: these are the only signs that Margaret Gallagher lives in the modern world. For all of her 77 years, she has lived in a 200-year-old
Humans are not the only ones in Berlin struggling to find accommodation. A beekeeping boom has led to swarms of bees forming novel new hives using anything from motorbikes to balconies in the German capital.
A wildlife gardening expert gives her tips on attracting birds, mammals and bugs to your outdoor space Manicured privets and immaculate lawns are a thing of the past. Nowadays, it’s all about “ungardening”:
The past has a disconcerting habit of bursting, uninvited and unwelcome, into the present. This year history gate-crashed modern America in the form of a 150-year-old document: a few sheets of paper that
Exclusive: Study shows associated damage to critical pumping muscles, even in children The hearts of young city dwellers contain billions of toxic air pollution particles, research has revealed. Even the
Science Says People Who Build the Best Work Relationships Do 1 Thing Over and Over (Most People Do the Opposite)
No one liked Mike. He was often surly, He rarely spoke. If he did, it was usually to express displeasure or discontent. While he did his job really well, he never jumped in to help others on the crew.
In May, for the second time this year, more than 1.5 million young people in more than 125 countries walked out of schools, colleges and universities in the biggest day of global climate action ever. people
World’s second biggest producer of plastic waste per capita vows to put its plastic mountain on map at summit One of the joys of traveling on Japan’s bullet trains is tucking into an ekiben “station bento”.
The world is increasingly at risk of “climate apartheid”, where the rich pay to escape heat and hunger caused by the escalating climate crisis while the rest of the world suffers, a report from a UN human
The founder of Soul Midwives on how greater compassion and care can lead to people having a more gentle, tranquil death Felicity Warner wants everyone to die well. She is the woman behind Soul Midwives:
What happens to your plastic after you drop it in a recycling bin? According to promotional materials from America’s plastics industry, it is whisked off to a factory where it is seamlessly transformed
Death toll grows on world’s highest summit as climbers face challenging conditions An experienced mountaineer has described the “death, carnage and chaos” at the top of Mount Everest as climbers pushed