meet the 19-year-old climate activist who ran for mep and isn't mad she lost
Politics student and Extinction Rebellion member Daze Aghaji is only just getting started.
Marie Le Conte
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why did the british government reject a new plan to tackle the environmental impact of fast fashion?
A report published in February has been ignored, marking a major step back for the cross-party group of MPs lobbying for a more sustainable fashion industry.
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how I became a radical climate activist
17-year-old Jamie Margolin tells i-D how she started an international climate movement, and in the process discovered her power as a queer Latina in Trump’s America.
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ralph steadman's vans collaboration is a harsh but necessary reminder of animal extinction
“Animals are wonderfully messy. They don’t give a shit about humans, except for the labrador -- and the border collie!”
our house is on fire, the fashion industry must do more than talk about the climate crisis
As we make sense of the conversations, solutions and commitments shared at Copenhagen Fashion Summit 2019, it’s clear that radical measures and collaborative action are more urgent than ever.
the body shop launches fair trade recycled plastic scheme
The beauty brand unveils its approach to tackle the industry’s plastic problem, and help improve the lives of waste workers in the process.
humans are accelerating the extinction of over 1 million species, according to the UN
So that’s good news.
greta thunberg is releasing a book of her speeches
'No One Is Too Small to Make a Difference' is due out in June.
mps support motion to declare a climate and environment emergency
This comes after days of non-violent protesting outside parliament.
we’re getting closer to declaration of a climate emergency – what next?
Following Extinction Rebellion's climate action, and Greta Thunberg's London visit, where are we headed?
does the climate change movement have a class problem?
Environmental activism is frequently associated with the white middle class, but it's an issue that disproportionately affects working class people and people of colour. Without addressing that dissonance, the movement can't move forward.
from uganda to tokyo: meet the kids of the global climate strike movement
Students are rising up, rejecting complacency, and demanding the planet — and their futures — be protected. They're united in one of the most powerful youth-led movements the world has ever seen.
Clementine de Pressigny