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Want to do your part to mitigate the climate crisis, but don't know where to start? Here are some simple ways to live greener this year.
From flash floods to forest fires, COP26 to carbon footprint lies, the devastating impact of climate change came into sharp focus this year.
We’ve been told by fossil fuel companies that reducing our carbon footprint solves the world of overheating and extinction. Yet, these big players have failed to reduce their own.
Deckin' those halls, wrapping up presents and indulging in excess may seem like harmless festive fun, but Christmas hits the environment hard.
A bit like when someone shares a screenshot of a song they’re streaming... we simply don’t care.
The term was coined in 1989 by Jay Westerveld but examples of the practice date back 40 years. Will companies, brands and organisations ever stop pretending to be environmentally friendly?
As the climate summit draws to a close in Glasgow, we reflect on the results. Did the necessary action rain down from above, or did it rise up from the streets?
Over the 12 days of COP26, we met a selection of students, parents, great-grandparents, campaigners, eight-year-olds and more at various fringe events. What was their take on the summit? THE FACE finds out.
The climate activism group have been accused of causing chaos for commuters and school kids, and of snarling up ambulances. But in the face of the world’s most urgent crisis, direct and disruptive action might be most effective.
Yes, methane is a huge contributor to climate change. No, cow farts aren’t the only thing to blame.
The 24-year-old witnessed the devastation caused by climate change first hand in the Philippines, when her village lost everything during Super Typhoon Haiyan. As COP26 continues, she's calling for the Global North to take action now.
Following the social media giant’s biggest PR crisis to date earlier this month, CEO and founder Mark Zuckerberg has announced some grim plans to have us all socialising in a (sort of) parallel universe. But what does it actually mean?
To mark COP26, this week Corrie, EastEnders, Emmerdale and Hollyoaks have joined forces to raise awareness about the climate emergency. But here are three soap storylines we think really would capture the nation's imagination.
As the country prepares to host the world for COP26, let’s look at the string of lies being told by our political leaders, shall we?
You know that COP26 thing you've seen in the news but don't actually understand? Well, prepare to get clued up. Here's everything you need to know.
Man’s best friend? Pfft. These dogs are protecting women from men. Back off, fellas. Their bark is worse than your bite.
In her new book, The End, Katie Goh examines our collective preoccupation with dystopia. As it turns out, apocalyptic films and TV shows have a lot to say about the world we live in – and Squid Game is just the tip of the ’berg.
Often linked to white supremacy, the ideology that some believe to be a climate solution is gaining momentum and causing real-world harm. Here's everything you need to know.
Tech giants have announced grand plans to “bring the metaverse to life”. And with the likes of Gucci, Ariana Grande and Man City on board, how long before the internet swallows us whole? Let’s find out.
The UK is running out of gas supplies, but it's not the first time the country's faced a crisis like this. We need a longterm, sustainable solution, stat.
Their protests have brought traffic to a standstill multiple times over the past few weeks. Why? A representative from the environmental group explains all.