Come Fly With Us: How Sustainable Aviation May Make Our Skies Green

A raft of new fuels – including one made out of cooking oil – and technologies are set to make aviation kinder on the environment, but are these the eco miracle cures the sector needs?

by Mike Peake

2000 White Rhinos To Be Rewilded After Private Auction Fails

A non profit has purchased the world’s largest captive rhino breeding operation in a bid to rescue and rewild the white rhinos

by Nick Ames

Emirati Women’s Day 2023: Meet Six Inspiring Female Green Business Owners

Emirati Women’s Day Special: Creating everything from luxury fashion rental services to ethical baby food, these are some of the UAE’s most eco-conscious Emirati women in business

by Harriet Shephard

How The Climate Crisis Is Affecting The Middle East

From wildfires in Syria to droughts in Iraq and Iran, the Middle East is feeling the sting of global warming and the climate crisis more acutely than many other regions. Is there a way out?

by Mike Peake

Hot On The Heels of Poachers On The Conservation Front Line With Rangers

On World Ranger Day, conservationist Holly Budge recalls how she stumbled across a poachers’ camp in Zimbabwe while on patrol

Photos: Amish Cchagan

by Holly Budge

Greta Thunberg Forcibly Removed From New Protest Just Hours After Being Fined for Protesting

The climate activist tells Swedish court that she’s not guilty of crime because she has to protest as ‘we are in an emergency that threatens life, health and property’

by Nick Ames

How Gen Z Are Going To Save The Planet

Some of them have only just become teenagers but Gen Z are the green generation doing everything in their power – and beyond – to stop global warming and rescue the planet

by Georgina Fuller

Latest Artificial Intelligence Is Saving Critically Endangered Rhinos From Armed Poachers

A South African Game Reserve Is using the latest artificial intelligence enabled collars to track and monitor white and black rhinos to keep them safe

by Karen Pasquali Jones

Saving The Broken Bears of Vietnam’s Last Bile Farms

Across Vietnam captive bile farm bears are subjected to tortuous extractions to feed a demand for Chinese medicine but one organisation, Animals Asia, is intent on rescuing every last one of them

by Anthea Ayache

Planet Plastic: The Shocking Recycling Scandal

As Plastic Free July begins, we look at why only a tiny percentage of the world’s plastic is recycled and what we can all do to solve one of the world’s most rubbish problems

by Nick Harding