Professor Chris Rapley discusses the Climate Change Act 10 years on - and warns we are not acting on a 'scale or pace' to stay beneath the crucial 2ºC of warming. In this interview with NICK BREEZE, he balances the inadequacies of climate policy with the growing willingness of many people to take action
A global climate movement has announced a major mobilisation effort planned for later this year. Some of the world's leading climate change organisations will take part in the Rise for Climate coordinated action to showcase what they say is real climate leadership. CATHERINE HARTE reports
Public protests at the copper smelter plant of Sterlite Industries in the town of Thoothukudi in Tamil Nadu, India, were met with police fire during the last two days, with 13 protesters killed and and hundreds injured. MRINALINI SHINDE and AMEYA BOKIL report
The European Union's top court ruled today that increased logging in Białowieża broke EU nature laws. The Polish government must now reverse decisions that allowed logging, or face fines of up to tens of millions of euros. CATHERINE EARLY reports
A decade after the first international 'degrowth' conference, FEDERICO DEMARIA charts the evolution of the term from a provocative activist slogan to what he says is now an academic concept taking hold with policymakers
Our situation may seem hopeless, but we have a rich inheritance of ideas and practices from which we can draw. Monarchies have been overthrown, dictators pulled down. We can take inspiration from past revolutions to build a new framework for the future.
They organise, research and protest: a new generation of climate activists around the world is prepared to do everything they can to protect the climate. The Ecologist has talked to young climate activist around the world. These are the top ten young climate activities working to stop Donald Trump.