see photos from greta thunberg’s first climate strike in the u.s.
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.
why are millennials and gen z so obsessed with death?
Rather than being the age-old taboo, it seems we're finally becoming more comfortable with the idea of our own demise. Probably because the planet is dying right along with us.
here's what to do if you're angry about the amazon rainforest fires
We're angry too. Here's how to channel that energy into something useful.
racism is the root cause of our climate crisis
Jamie Margolin, co-founder of the youth-led climate crisis fighting organisation Zero Hour, breaks down the importance of understanding this, so we can avoid making the same mistakes.
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.
pussy riot just released a dark environmental protest song
Complete with an open letter to Putin.
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.
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.
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.
greta thunberg is releasing a book of her speeches
Titled 'No One Is Too Small to Make a Difference' the book is due out in June.
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 color. Without addressing that dissonance, the movement can't move forward.