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Our Bright Future

Our Bright Future

The greatest environmental youth movement you’ve never heard of.
West Papua Chain Saw Massacre

The West Papua Chain Saw Massacre

Dame Vivienne Westwood & Joe Corré join Extinction Rebellion at BP’s HQ.
Stop Ecocide at the London Rebellion

Stop Ecocide

Stop Ecocide proposes ‘concrete solution’ to climate and ecological emergency at the International Rebellion.
Mouth of Drava and Mura rivers in Podravina

The ‘Amazon of Europe’

World’s first five-country biosphere reserve nominated to UNESCO.
A Nature Recovery Network

A Nature Recovery Network

New film from Sir David Attenborough and The Wildlife Trusts call for nature’s recovery.
Deforestation debate

Deforestation debate

Today MPs will debate deforestation of the Amazon thanks to petition with 122k signatures.
Hawksbill turtle, an endangered animal predicted to be affected by climate change

The Animal Endangerment Map

New interactive map charts the number of endangered species in each country around the world.
Plastic Health Summit

Plastic Health Summit

Microplastics cause accelerated cell death, say researchers at the first Plastic Health Summit.
Fairphone 3 – the world's most repairable smartphone

The repairable smartphone

Fairphone 3 is the world’s most repairable smartphone, with 10/10 iFixit score.
Ocean75: the phone case made from recycled ocean plastic

The ocean plastic phone case

Carphone Warehouse introduces the first phone case made 90% from ocean plastic.
Climate Week

Climate week

6.6 million people from all regions and backgrounds demand action after week of climate strikes.
Lily Cole joins call for ethical banking

Banks and the climate emergency

UK banks continue to fund climate disaster, says activist and model Lily Cole.
1bn people at risk

1bn people at risk

One billion people threatened by climate change risks to oceans, polar and mountain regions, new UN report warns.
50 Fountains Challenge

50 Fountains Challenge

Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall backs call for local areas to provide 50 working public drinking fountains.
Cattle in a corral in the Mercado de Liniers, Argentina

Could eating meat be outlawed?

Michael Mansfield QC will today call for a new law on ecocide to go alongside other crimes against humanity.
Pollution Pods by Michael Pinsky, at Somerset House

Polluted air for the Climate Summit

WHO has commissioned Cape Farewell to bring Pinsky's Pollution Pods to the UN Climate Action Summit.
Lizzie Carr, Plastic Patrol

Activism through adventure

Plastic Patrol will stage the first mass clean-up of its kind today, offering free activities in exchange for litter.
Make history: change the future

Make history: change the future

Join the youth-led climate strikes today and support the largest climate mobilisation in history.

Plastic-free solutions

The world’s first PlasticFreeLand™ is set to debut in London, showcasing everyday solutions that are ready to use.
BBC Countryfile Ramble

The Countryfile Ramble

Countryfile presenters call on the nation to get together, ramble together and change young lives together for BBC Children in Need.