The green movement at 50

Can the world be saved?

Population growth and climate change are the big problems facing the earth in the next 50 years. But are there any solutions?

The green movement at 50: Mission unaccomplished
In the fourth part of our series marking 50 years of the green movement, Michael McCarthy looks at the areas where environmental activism has failed

Rachel Carson: The green revolutionary

Population growth and over-consumption could have ‘potentially catastrophic implications for human wellbeing’

The Debate: Should we be doing more to combat climate change?

Earthrise: the image that changed our view of the planet

Overpopulation ‘is main threat to planet’

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Since 2001, one activist a week has died defending the environment


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