Greta Thunberg

Culture

A decade of i-D covers: Greta Thunberg, 2019

Earlier this year, we spoke to the 16-year-old girl determined to change the world – and inspire a whole generation of fellow climate change activists.
Clementine de Pressigny
12.31.19
Opinion

Indigenous voices need to be heard in the climate fight

Long before Greta Thunberg, Extinction Rebellion and the Green New Deal, Indigenous activists were leading the battle for environmental justice.
Michaël Smith
12.17.19
News

A Greta Thunberg documentary series is coming in 2020

The filmmakers have followed the Nobel Peace Prize-nominated climate activist with cameras since the very beginning.
Douglas Greenwood
12.17.19
News

greta thunberg needs a low emission lift back across the atlantic

If you have a carbon-neutral yacht lying about, let us know!
Mahoro Seward
11.5.19
News

greta thunberg just turned down a £40,000 environmental award

The climate movement “does not need any more prizes”.
Douglas Greenwood
10.30.19
Culture

what to do if eco-anxiety is ruining your mental health

With an unpredictable future ahead Generation Z are still managing to find hope in a world that’s burning before our eyes.
Douglas Greenwood
9.27.19
Culture

greta thunberg isn't the only young climate activist you need to know

Autumn Peltier, Little Miss Flint and Xiye Bastida are just a few who have been advocating for their community and the environment.
Erica Euse
9.26.19
News

i-D are joining the climate strike today

We won’t be publishing anything today. Here’s why.
i-D Staff
9.19.19
Culture

see photos from greta thunberg’s first climate strike in the us

Hundreds of young people gathered outside of the United Nations to build momentum for the global climate strike on September 20. Here’s how you can join the cause.
Nicole DeMarco
9.4.19
News

greta thunberg and the 1975 have made a song together

The climate crisis activist is the first voice you’ll hear on the indie-pop band’s forthcoming record.
Douglas Greenwood
7.25.19
Culture

vivienne westwood and greenpeace talk staying angry and finding hope

John Sauven, executive director of Greenpeace UK, took a starring turn in Vivienne Westwood’s recent climate protest catwalk spectacular. We got the two in conversation to hash out our impending ecological apocalypse.
Matthew Whitehouse
6.25.19
News

come see some of the best photography from i-D at belfast photo festival

A feast for the eyes, tbh.
Roisin Lanigan
6.5.19
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