Lord Lawson, a leading advocate of Brexit and a climate denier, was responsible for the sale of BP in 1987. BRENDAN MONTAGE recalls how Lawson went ahead with the biggest share sale in human history - on the worst possible day
The Museum of Science and Industry has agreed a deal with fossil fuel giant Shell to sponsor a new exhibition - despite campaigners’ repeated calls for publicly-funded museums to drop controversial commercial deals. MAT HOPE reports
A new study from the Durrell Institute of Conservation and Ecology (Kent) has found that increasing the width of riparian reserves in oil palm plantations can support local biodiversity. MARIANNE BROOKER reports
We caught up with photographer KYLE OBERMANN to find out more about his nine-day trek through Anzihe Nature Reserve in China, and his exposure to the reality of conservation in such a remote and resource rich area.
Fakenomics: Lord Lawson created Britain's privatised energy industry. He now supports their interests by denying the need for robust climate change policies. But he didn't support everyone who worked for coal, oil and gas companies. BRENDAN MONTAGUE reports
The Ecuadorian government is in the process of auctioning off eight million acres of largely virgin rainforest to oil companies. To protect the Amazon from this threat, the tiny indigenous Kichwa community of Sarayaku has launched a visionary proposal. BETHANY PITTS investigates
Wanting to live a greener lifestyle includes going green at home. but can building a home be an environmentally-friendly option for people invested in building their dream home? EMILY FOLK investigates
Lord Lawson is today the main voice of climate denial in Britain - and 30 years ago he was personally responsible for the British state losing control over our reserves of fossil fuels. BRENDAN MONTAGUE investigates
Prime minister Margaret Thatcher meets free market economist Friedrich von Hayek at IEA. She appoints Lord Lawson and they direct privatisation of British energy interests. BRENDAN MONTAGUE investigates
Whale sharks roam less than previously thought and require greater protection from local and regional threats, a new study published in the Marine Ecology Progress Series finds. MARIANNE BROOKER reports
Friends of the Earth has launched a legal challenge in the High Court arguing that the government's National Policy Statement for Heathrow Airport fails to address climate change. MARIANNE BROOKER reports
Accelerated industrial growth in a neoliberal economy has had a profound impact on the people of Gladstone, Australia. Professor THOMAS HYLLAND ERIKSEN, an anthropologist, investigates. Read part two tomorrow.
Major landowners - responsible for 700km2 of potential Eurasian lynx habitat in the Kielder Forest region - have approved access for lynx during the planned Lynx UK Trust trial reintroduction of the apex predator. MARIANNE BROOKER reports
The finest triumph of the Institute of Economic Affairs was winning Thatcher to free market economics. Their second, decades later, was undermining her attempts to keep climate action on the world agenda. BRENDAN MONTAGUE investigates
The founder of the Institute of Economic Affairs argued free markets needed honesty. But his own financial success was based on smuggling - and the IEA was itself conceived with the help of a white lie. BRENDAN MONTAGUE investigates
Jobs are being lost worldwide due to automation. But a reduced working week could have far-reaching positive effects - from improving personal wellbeing to cutting down on emissions and pollution. JULIAN VIGO investigates