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Trickle Down Economics: The Face of Delhi’s Water Scarcity

A legal dispute between two states, a dying river and nature have meant that the city has had a few water-strapped years.
Vijay Pandey
6.6.18
Green-washing
Green-washing

An Eco-Friendly Yacht Race Is Sponsored By an Arms Company

Which seems at odds with its tree-hugging agenda.
Phil Miller
6.4.18
Oh FFS
Oh FFS

This Is How Bad Your Avocado Obsession Is for the World

Feel bad, millennial. Not only have you caused the housing crisis with your avocado obsession, you've also harmed Mother Nature.
Tom Usher
5.25.18
pets
pets

This Is How Terrible Your Pet Is for the World

Bad news, pet owners.
Tom Usher
5.4.18
FOOD
FOOD

This, Apparently, Is the Most Ethical Meal in the World

Just how easy it is to eat food that won't ruin the world?
Sophie Willkinson
5.3.18
Photography
Photography

Here's Where All Your Plastic Ends Up

Photos of North Pacific albatross and their garbage-clogged insides.
Harriet Renn
5.2.18
Oh FFS
Oh FFS

How Bad, Really, Is Cocaine?

For the environment, not for you personally. We know it is quite bad for you personally.
Tom Usher
4.11.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Tourists Have Officially Ruined the Beach from 'The Beach'

Environmental scientists have had to shut down the idyllic spot made unsustainably popular by Leonardo DiCaprio's 2000 film.
Adam Forrest
3.29.18
Oh FFS
Oh FFS

Is Using Social Media Bad for the Environment?

The devices we use may come with their own carbon footprint, but social media itself is a little greener than you'd think.
Tom Usher
3.15.18
Oh FFS
Oh FFS

Wearing a Condom Protects Much More Than Your Junk

Wear a rubber and save the world.
Tom Usher
3.7.18
Angus Take House
Angus Take House

Worst Take of the Week: Don’t Ban Straws vs Please Get My Gun's Name Right

Straws! Straws! Straws!
Angus Harrison
3.2.18
environment
environment

This DJ Is Heading Deep Into Indonesia's Jungles to Record the Sounds of a Vanishing Ecosystem

"We must admit that the forest is decreasing more and more each year, and that we need to act now to try to save the beautiful sounds that remain there."
VICE Staff
2.22.18