climate crisis

climate-features

MPs Took Hundreds of 'Unnecessary' Commuter Flights Last Year

VICE analysis of expenses figures shows that MPs – who have been branded "arrogant" by environmental campaigners – regularly flew when they could have taken the train.
Tristan Kennedy
2 days ago
climate-features

We Analysed the Polls: This Is What the UK Thinks of the Climate Crisis

Some good news, but also some fairly pessimistic news.
Adam Corner
3 days ago
climate crisis

Know Your Enemy: The World's Top 5 Climate Offenders

The CEOs of the companies most responsible for polluting planet Earth.
Emily Goddard
3 days ago
climate crisis

Climate Strikers, These Are Your Rights as Protesters

Print them off, screen grab them, get them tattooed on your leg – whatever. Just make sure you have them on you.
Emily Goddard
3 days ago
climate help

Do What You Can to Support the Global Climate Strike

Despite a year in which we've seen more climate coverage and protest than ever, global governments still aren't doing nearly enough.
Jamie Clifton
5 days ago
climate crisis

We're Terrifyingly Unprepared to Defend Against Extreme Weather

Lido fights and music festival cancellations are just the tip of the rapidly melting iceberg.
Matthew Neale
8.9.19
tech-science

Ocean Heatwaves That Instantly Kill Coral Are Getting Worse, Scientists Warn

Marine heatwaves present “a distinct biological phenomenon” from bleaching events, and could threaten the livelihoods of half a billion people.
Becky Ferreira
Madeleine Gregory
8.9.19
Save Yourselves

How a Cancer Survivor Is Saving London's Waterways

Lizzie Carr's Plastic Patrol is aiming to clear over a million pieces of rubbish from the city's waterways by the end of the year.
Alex Rorison
8.7.19
climate crisis

Arctic Ice Is Crashing, and That’s Bad News For Everyone

"This fits in exactly with our expectations of long-term climate change."
Maddie Stone
7.30.19
climate crisis

Warm Water Is Melting Glaciers 100 Times Faster Than We Thought

A new study shows that the underwater melt rate of an Alaskan glacier is 100 times faster than we thought, a finding that could change already-dire projections of sea level rise.
Madeleine Gregory
7.29.19
Photo

Photos of Sweaty British People Trying to Deal with the Heatwave

It's 32 degrees, which – for the UK – is a tough thing to handle.
VICE Staff
7.24.19
Save Yourselves

What Happens to the Extinction Rebellion 'Rebels' Who Get Arrested

Over 1,000 environmental activists who took part in April's "uprising" are due to be prosecuted. We spoke to a few who have already been handed their sentence.
Emily Goddard
7.18.19
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