Why Boris Johnson would be a disaster for Britain
Let's not beat around the bush.
ENDANGERED: The Bonobo
The species' decline and suffering is the direct consequence of human actions.
TV industry urged to increase messages promoting climate consciousness
A report co-released by BAFTA has revealed that more needs to be done.
The USA's anti-abortion laws shows men still think they have the right to make decisions about women's bodies
The Georgia bill alone could see women spending 30 years in jail.
ENDANGERED: The Green Turtle
This week, Matilda Martin investigates the plight of this beautiful marine animal.
How you can support the campaign to protect Santorini's donkeys
Do not saddle up blind.
Students protesting for Extinction Rebellion make me proud of our generation
I spoke to student Extinction Rebellion protester Merry Dickinson who was arrested while campaigning this week.
ENDANGERED: The Orangutan
For this week's feature Matilda Martin returns to the desperate plight of the Orangutan.
Today marks the first of 'multiple days' of climate protests across the UK
Find out more about the movement and local protests
Why everyone should Boycott the Grand National
Over the years, various forms of animal racing and fighting has come to be widely seen as immoral and largely shunned, so why hasn't this happened to horse racing?
How glitter is harming the environment
Luckily a new plastic-free, 100% biodegradable glitter has been produced
#ClimateStrike: How young people are rallying to take control of their futures today
School Climate Strikes are taking place in 'over 100 countries' today.
School climate strikers have released a letter containing their demands
The open letter was released by The Guardian on Friday.
One million tonnes of waste to be deposited near Great Barrier Reef
This would put the coral at even more risk.
How Ben and Jerry's is campaigning for refugees
The ice cream company has teamed up with Refugee Action UK to support the 'Waiting isn't Working Campaign'.
Will the release of the Planetary Health Diet really make a difference?
'A radical transformation of the global food system is urgently needed.'
48 hours in Bruges, Belgium
Here is how to pack boat tours, Belgian waffles, and Brugse Zot into your weekend in Bruges.
Raising Christian: The lion that grew up in 1960s West London
Matilda Martin speaks to John Rendall, one of the men who bought a lion cub from Harrods in 1969.