Archives For The Guardian

One in five reptile species faces extinction – study

Secret funding helped build vast network of climate denial thinktanks

Tax avoidance firms will be banned from major government contracts

When did being lowly paid become a criminal offence?

What health professionals should know about eating disorders

Who takes the harshest anti-welfare line? Those on state benefits

Colourful ‘solar glass’ means entire buildings can generate clean power

‘I want a world where disabled people are valid sexual partners’

Bhutan set to plough lone furrow as world’s first wholly organic country

Will EU discards ban force the hand of our disastrous fisheries minister?

Are British-made clothes more sustainable?

Tory MP tables decarbonisation amendment to coalition’s energy bill

Large onshore windfarm approved for Lincolnshire

Ethiopia dam project is devastating the lives of remote indigenous groups

Indian investors are forcing Ethiopians off their land

MEPs vote to ban discards in historic reform of fishing policy

Can Obama’s fire and brimstone on climate change herald a new hope?

Boris Johnson’s climate flippancy translates into policy failure

From Arab Spring to global revolution

Cameron pushes energy efficiency as motor of green growth

Centrica withdraws from new UK nuclear projects

Ladbrokes is gambling with fish extinction – and so is the government

Is denial the biggest barrier to sustainable change?

Al Gore attacks George Osborne’s ‘short-sighted’ approach to climate

Shell continues spilling oil in North Sea despite efforts to improve

South Africa’s only black billionaire donates half his fortune to charity

Shell verdict will determine whether other firms could be tried for oil spills

Sea change: the Bay of Bengal’s vanishing islands

When the rich are born to rule, the results can be fatal

One-third of fish caught in Channel have plastic contamination, study shows

My brother, Hans Rausing, entered a world of addiction where no one in the end could follow him

Britain’s loneliness epidemic

Nicholas Stern: ‘I got it wrong on climate change – it’s far, far worse’

Apple pledges to eradicate child labour from technology supply industry

Child labour uncovered in Apple’s supply chain

Food shopping is full of ethical grey areas. Be careful what you buy – or fish will be a luxury

Shwop til you drop: M&S and Oxfam take ‘freecycling’ to the masses

Are we really going to let ourselves be duped into this solar panel rip-off?

Solar companies to sue UK government for £140m over feed-in tariff cuts

Why I’m trans … and a feminist

How the Stereo-Hype festival aims to tackle mental health stigma

A newspaper for people with learning disabilities was a lightbulb moment

If … we have a joint campaign to fight hunger, what will change?

Google’s $50bn year: search giant reports record revenues

My daughter, the schizophrenic

Can oil save the rainforest?


‘Buddy’ scheme to give more multinationals access to ministers

Only boycott for change, not to keep things the same

Eritrea mining investors risk violating human rights, warns report