The teenage environmental activist continues to advocate the no flying movement, by sailing all the way to Europe.
The Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil clapped back, saying Greenpeace had 'misunderstood' its methods.
Fireworks might be pretty but they can have a unexpected environmental impact.
I meet Alex Fisher, who lived in a tree for a year in the 1990s to stop British forests being cut down.
Marine biologists have discovered that whales play a big role in capturing CO2 from the atmosphere.
A series of tweets responding to the recent news that XR has been prohibited from protesting in central London.
Over two years and more than 38000 nautical miles, a 73ft yacht will carry hundreds of women on a groundbreaking research mission.
The saying goes ‘cut your hair to make it grow’. What if the same was true of forests?
I visited King Henry's Walk Garden to see how even the smallest of unused spaces can be used to grow your own fruit and veg,
Coral biologist Megan Clampitt tells us all about her job protecting the Indian ocean’s vital coral reefs.
My day as an urban beekeeper gave me a new appreciation for these feeders of humanity.
We explore how the plastic crisis is affecting beautiful places such as Bali, Thailand and Vietnam and what you can do to save their shorelines.
Graeme Purdy explains to us how he's spent years capturing wildlife but in his latest project, from only eight feet away.
Only 30 minutes from London Victoria Station, I went on a wholesome adventure to the South London Downs
The east African nation setting an example with an ambitious tree-planting campaign.
Until 1992, the site of this botanic beauty was a car park.
We investigate why no-fly holidays in the countryside are good for the planet and your mental health.