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Flight For Survival: How Climate Crisis Is Threatening Bird Migrations

The climate crisis, light pollution, commercial fishing and even dazzling skyscrapers all make birds migrations increasingly dangerous. On World Migratory Bird Day we lift the lid on our feathered friends’ fraught migratory journeys

by Sarah Freeman

King of The Urban Jungle: The Leopards Of Mumbai

Long protected by Mumbai’s tribal communities, can the city’s famously adaptable urban leopards survive urbanisation and sterilisation?

by Sarah Freeman

Gulf for Good’s Kat Kearsey Talks Adventure to Advocacy

Kat Kearsey has helmed charity foundation Gulf for Good for almost two decades, here we sit down to ask about her most memorable moments

by Anthea Ayache

From Firefighting to Fashion: Elvis & Kresse’s Blazing Journey of Waste-to-Wow Accessories

The Ethicalist chats with Elvis & Kresse’s founders, Kresse Wesling CBE and James ‘Elvis’ Henrit, who, for over a decade, have prevented damaged fire hoses from reaching landfills by transforming them into stylish, sustainable lifestyle accessories

by Anthea Ayache

Chocs Away: How Climate Change Is Destroying The Chocolate Industry

Enjoy your favourite chocolate bars while you can because by 2050 chocolate could be extinct due to climate change, deforestation and global warming

by Nick Harding

VOYA Founder Mark Walton Talks Surfing, Sustainable Seaweed (oh, and Saving Seals)

We sit down for a chat with Mark Walton, founder of VOYA, a natural beauty brand that was born on a seaweed farm in Ireland and can now be found in 42 countries including the UAE

by Anthea Ayache

The Return of The Dodo

Scientists say they are close to bringing the extinct dodo back to life – using chickens as surrogates

by Nick Ames

Sustainable Style Spotlight: Jen Sault of Thrift for Good on Ditching Fast Fashion

Jen Sault, Founder and Managing Director of Thrift for Good, tells The Ethicalist why and how we should make the switch from overconsumption to thrifting

by Jen Sault

The Fight To Get Critically Endangered Vultures Flying High Again

Key to thriving ecosystems, carrion-eating vultures are in a desperate flight for survival. Can protected flyways, rubber-coated power lines and vulture ‘restaurants’ save them from global extinction?

by Sarah Freeman