Scientists have found a discrepancy in estimates for the rate of expansion of the universe. Why is this and what does it mean?
For young Extinction Rebellion members, there is an urgency they say others struggle to fully grasp
Words are ever evolving – but not without controversy. From creative applications of an apostrophe to the overuse of literally, what makes you rage?
Shops that minimise the environmental impact of our consumer habits are springing up across Britain. Could they help us avert catastrophe?
If Mississippi reflects on the deep, systemic inequalities its plantation economy created, perhaps it will see those inequalities are exacerbated by climate change
In our new column about the American south and climate change, we go towards Christians who have been resistant to ideas of environmental stewardship – perhaps it’s a message they need to hear in their own terms
It has been the butt of jokes for years, but the online encyclopedia represents mankind at its very best
Dozens of scientists, Helen Czerski among them, are at work in the Arctic, seeking answers to questions that profoundly affect the future of everyone on the planet
Permafrost ‘cement’ is evaporating, making rocks unstable and prone to collapse with many trails now deemed too dangerous to use
The controversial 1988 film was protested upon release but decades later remains one of the most fascinating films about religion ever made