What would happen if the bees disappeared? How do the threats of mass species extinction threaten our way of life? How can we stop this?
"The seedling of resistance has been sown and is sprouting everywhere! We are weeds that don’t go away, weeds that break through asphalt!"
Activists around the world are using existing laws, and creating new ones, to force governments and corporations to act on the climate crisis.
Extinction Rebellion calls for action on the climate and ecological emergency with three demands. The third demand, ‘Go Beyond Politics’, is that governments must form citizens’ assemblies and act on their recommendations.
We demand that governments everywhere tell the truth by declaring a climate and ecological emergency, working with the public, businesses and other institutions to communicate this urgent need for change.
Governments’ pledge to cut emissions while their economies profit from fossil fuels and ecocide with impunity.
Trying to communicate about the climate crisis can be frustrating. Here's how to avoid some of the pitfalls that can shut down the conversation.
The following decade is going to be crucial for climate action. If our governments continue in their neglect, the results could be catastrophic.
Writers Rebel interviews Jimmy Piaguaje, a young indigenous activist from Ecuador's northern Amazon region.
Politics may feel renewed - but in every corner of the world our forests are under attack. And when they’re gone, so are we.
Actions from across the world that we could cram into the newsletter this month
Extreme weather is undeniably linked to manmade heating of the planet. But the extent of the link has been disputed for years. Science, however, show us that it is stronger than most people think.
José Gualinga is a leader of the Native People of Sarayaku, an indigenous Kichwa group with 1400 inhabitants living in a remote part of Ecuador’s southern Amazon.
Refusing to comply with laws seems like a drastic measure. But these 15 examples of civil disobedience show that doing so can be a crucial driver of important social change.
This is the story of how a few individuals confronted an environmental disaster and worked to transform it into an ecological treasure.
Fresh from the streets of Austria, South Africa and the Democratic Republic of the Congo, rebels are rebelling! Yet another Global Newsletter rippling with all your latest news and stories.
One of the most important acts of collective power we can make in the fight against climate change is to switch banks.
A global wave of (rock and) rolling rebellions is upon us. With immense courage, cunning and care, rebels are returning to the streets in a dozen countries all across the globe.
The future is coming for us — faster than we imagined. Destruction that was forecast to unfold decades from now is already here.