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Editor of The Revelator and award-winning environmental journalist

Tackling the issue the right way can lead to happier, healthier families

Patrick Holden CBE, founder and CEO of the Sustainable Food Trust

Hydrogen power could reduce the aviation industry's carbon emissions by up to 50%

Systemic changes are urgently needed to curb consumption, like taxing SUVs and frequent flying, before it’s too late

The solutions to preventing global wildlife crime are simpler than you think

A tiny minority have carbon footprints that would keep temperatures below 1.5C.

"This is now a planet run by and for humans. There’s little left for the world.”

Earth Overshoot Day: The global economy is in "ecological deficit".

But it must be done sustainably. If not, the opposite will happen and marine ecosystems will collapse.

Human bodies could contain as much as 52,000 microplastic particles.

Nest instead will put £5.5bn into “climate aware” investments such as renewable energy generation infrastructure.

4m of the 38m wild animals illegally hunted and trafficked in Brazil each year are sold commercially.

The directive does not cover wildlife for medicinal use or wild animals being kept as pets.

An average three times more climate pollution is produced per person per mile than a flight.

What we choose to not buy will play a key role in species' recovery.

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