May Tatum explores the power of local youth alliances to motivate behaviour change on sustainability, and to build momentum towards societal action on climate change.
St Mary Redcliffe and Temple School in Bristol is leading the way on climate action. Rachel Shepherd explores the journey the school has been on for the last two years.
Interview with Sarah Olney MP: ‘The UK should grasp this opportunity to influence countries across the world’
Sarah Olney MP, Liberal Democrat spokesperson for energy and climate change, answers questions about the challenges faced in addressing climate change and whether young people are paying the price for the mistakes of older generations.
Electric vehicles are on the rise. What’s driving this change and why can we be so confident that such a dominant industry and technology as the fossil fuel car is coming to an end?
ICN's climate correspondent Isla Graves explores the underappreciated role of blue carbon ecosystems in the fight against climate change, why they are often overlooked, and the emerging array of initiatives to ensure their protection and revival.
The UK recently announced an ambitious new carbon emissions target. The country now aims to reduce annual carbon emissions by at least 68% by 2030 compared with 1990 levels, which represents a significant increase from the current target of a 57% reduction.
Is it to educate us about current affairs relating to all aspects of our lives or is it to entertain?
Students took time to trial a new climate behaviour survey during lockdown and showed there’s a lot to learn by comparing Covid-19 with the Climate Emergency. Over 160 students from... read more
This article, by secondary school student Selene Kalra, was originally published in the Commonwealth Human Ecology Council Journal No 49 in May 2019: In the last few months, it has... read more
Theresa May has announced a dramatic step-up of the UK’s efforts to tackle climate change. The outgoing Prime Minister pledged that by the middle of the century greenhouse gas emissions... read more