A year ago, Greta Thunberg staged her first school strike for climate in front of the Swedish government buildings. Little did she know that she would spark a worldwide movement and mobilise millions of young people around the issue of climate change. Criofan Morrison tells us her story.
Clara Corrigan reviews an environmental art exhibition curated by young activists.
Is the right to a healthy environment a human right? Several court cases, including Climate Case Ireland, are using this argument to make governments legally obliged to take action against climate change.
When discussing climate change people talk about what we as individuals and consumers can do to help save the planet, this puts a lot of responsibilities on consumers when we should take into account the actions of bigger entities.
Circus Roncalli are using holographic animals in their shows in an attempt to fight against animal cruelty.
How gold mining has evolved into an organised crime in Latin America and the damage it has caused.
Students from across Ireland will have the opportunity to run their own festival on their college campus this Autumn, with STAND’s annual Student Festival. Applications for internships now open.
A week after the Irish parliament declared a climate and biodiversity emergency, hundreds of protesters gathered in front of the Dail to urge the government to take action. The ‘Act Now’ rally, which took place earlier this month, highlighted the failure of...
The policies of Brazil’s new president Jair Bolsonaro regarding the Amazon forest are worrying, environmentalists say.
Kashmir remains caught up in tensions between Indian and Pakistan