environment

Save Yourselves

If You Jog in a City, Here's Why It's Vital to Choose the Right Route

Pollution isn't quite so bad that it completely cancels the benefits of a run, but you're not helping yourself by jogging on a main road.
Niloufar Haidari
4 days ago
environment

Everything We Know About the Toxic Chemical Spill in Malaysia So Far

Over 3,000 people have been hospitalised from exposure to hazardous fumes since early this month, and more dumping sites were discovered today.
Mustika Hapsoro
5 days ago
Save Yourselves

The Activists Going On 'Birth Strike' to Protest Climate Change

"I don't think it's an acceptable risk to bring children into the world – the likelihood of a safe future for them has to increase dramatically first."
Simon Doherty
3.14.19
climate change

Climate Change Is Such a Huge Threat We Don't Even Know How to Think About It

The good news, says author David Wallace-Wells, is that "civilization will endure." The bad news? Pretty much everything else.
Geoff Dembicki
3.13.19
environment

Men Are Worse for the Environment Than Women, According to Actual Science

Happy International Women's Day!
Roisin Lanigan
3.10.19
camp century

A Top-Secret US Military Base Will Melt Out of the Greenland Ice Sheet

Planners thought it would stay buried in ice forever.
Kate Lunau
3.9.19
Save Yourselves

I Tried to Be Completely Sustainable for a Week

If climate change responsibility is going to be foisted onto individuals over governments, I thought I should check how hard it is to save the world.
Annie Lord
2.28.19
adventure

Positively Reeling | By All Means, Bin Off Plastic. Just Shut Up About It

You can't be an eco-warrior while you snap away on 35mm
Paul Evans
2.28.19
money

I Tested the Saving Technique That Promises Retirement at 40

The FIRE – "financial independence, retire early" – movement is all about hoarding enough cash, before investing it and living off the dividends.
Hayden Vernon
2.27.19
crime

This Woman Killed Hundreds Of Elephants For Their Ivory. Cops Finally Caught Her.

Chinese criminal Yang Fenlan faces 15 years in prison for managing an organized group that poached endangered elephants
Edoardo Liotta
2.21.19
VICE News Tonight on HBO

These Giraffes Came Back From Extinction, and Are Now Poaching People's Food

The plight of the giraffe has been called a "silent extinction," but the third-poorest country on earth has managed to buck the trend.
Cassandra Vinograd
Seb Walker
Angad Singh
2.18.19
Culture

Why are Thousands of Students Striking From School?

All around the world students are ditching school to demand action on climate change. They know that we are facing a climate emergency, time is running out. i-D spoke to 8 youth activists from all over the globe, about why they're taking drastic action.
Clementine de Pressigny
2.12.19
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