Ever read more devastating news about the climate crisis, only to be baffled by the fact that no one else around you seems to care? You're not alone.
The destructive impact of war on the environment is often left unspoken. But it affects greenhouse gases, wildlife and essential infrastructures – sometimes irreversibly damaged.
Energy bills are skyrocketing, your weekly big shop is eating up more of your pay check and, to top it all off, the cost of rent, trains and national insurance is going up. What's all this got to do with climate change? We're so glad you asked.
Yes, it’s scary. But don’t bury your heads just yet. There’s hope if we act now – like, right now.
Language affects how people can visualise the severity of the issue we’re dealing with. But why is “crisis“ more effective than “change“?
As parts of the world become uninhabitable thanks to flooded streets and burning forests, border restrictions are tightening across the world. For people who’ve lost their homes, the impact is devastating.