Scotland’s Forests Almost Back to Where They Were One Thousand Years Ago

Scotland’s forested land has tripled in the last century creating wildlife habits, better air quality and battling climate change

by Nick Ames

Project Mootopia: How Ben & Jerry’s has concept of cutting Ice Cream’s Carbon Footprint licked

Ice cream maker Ben & Jerry’s is putting its dairy cows on a special diet to curb greenhouse gas emissions

by Nick Ames

Plastic Pollution isn’t a Death Sentence for Marine Mammals Only: It’s Killing Camels Too

A number of camels are starving to death, being poisoned by toxins, or having their internal organs ripped apart after eating plastic

by Anthea Ayache

World Rainforest Day: Why it Matters

Rainforests are home to half the world’s animal and plant species and are essential for keeping our climate stable. Yet the size of 40 football fields is lost every minute of every day

by Anthea Ayache

The Barbaric Yulin Festival where Dogs are Eaten for ‘Luck’ Starts Today. Why isn’t it Banned?

Julia de Cadenet, CEO of the NoToDogMeat NGO, reveals how China’s depraved meat and dog industry, the annual ‘highlight’ of which is the Yulin festival, is still continuing despite worldwide condemnation and the aftermath of the pandemic. Warning: Graphic Content

by Julia de Cadenet

Honey, I’m Home! Stolen Bees Flee Thieves and Fly Back to Hives

Thousands of bees that were stolen from a Cornish country estate have returned by themselves after fleeing captors

by Nick Ames

War Games: How Playing Sports is Helping Ukrainian Children in Refugee Camps

They’ve fled their cities, leaving everything behind, but a UK charity has found a fun way of making the children of the Ukranian-Russian conflict smile again

by Nick Ames

CarrotMobbing: How Conscious Consumers are Making Businesses Greener

In return for pledging to adopt more environmental practises mobs of ethical customers are rewarding businesses by ‘making it rain’ money

by Caitriona McBride

Drought Could Impact over 75 per cent of World Population by 2050

If urgent action is not taken around 700 million people will be displaced by drought by 2030

by Nick Ames