climate crisis

News

greta thunberg just turned down a $50,000 environmental award

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

art partner launches competition for young creatives addressing the climate crisis

If you’re creating work about the imminent end of the planet we live on, we have some good news for you! (It’s not about the planet, the planet is still very much in danger.)
Roisin Lanigan
10.11.19
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

7 ways you can help combat the climate crisis following the global strike

So you went to the strike, now what? Here's how you can keep fighting for climate justice.
Jazmin Kay
9.24.19
Opinion

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.
Jamie Margolin
8.1.19
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

prada are rethinking their cult nylon designs

With the Re-Nylon project the luxury house is committing to the use of only recycled nylon by 2021.
Alim Kheraj
6.24.19
Culture

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.
Jamie Margolin
6.17.19
Culture

this is the only way for our voices to be heard

Anna Taylor, co-founder of the UK Students Climate Network, on why today's global climate strike is crucial.
Anna Taylor
3.15.19