A poem that describes the creeping monstrosity of climate change and ocean pollution, and the lack of empathy that people have for marine life.
Humanitarian aid has been slow to reach those in need, with anger festering in local communities in Haiti.
World leaders will fail to honor their climate pledges unless they make "immediate, rapid and large-scale reductions" to greenhouse gas emissions.
For one of Earth’s most biodiverse forests, 21,000 years of natural change pale in comparison to modern, man-made climate breakdown.
Science fiction doesn’t just introduce us to speculative technologies – the genre explores how they might affect society too.
On World Mangrove Day, a poem on Earth's ecological history and the many environmental disasters we might be heading towards if climate change is not taken seriously.
Vultures are a critically-endangered population and their story is a reminder that our ecosystems are fragile and interconnected.