Environmental Coverage from VICE

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

This Plan to Stop Sea Level Rise by Blasting Antarctica With Snow Is Extremely Wild

Scientists studied what would happen if we turned gigatons of ocean water into snow and shot it at Antarctica.

Madeleine Gregory

A Night Out at Extinction Rebellion's Bristol Protest

Climate activism in the crusty capital of the UK.

Adam Corner

Christians Care About Climate Change If It's About Saving 'God's Creation'

A new study shows that climate change can be more of a Christian issue – if we speak their language.

Mary Retta

What Extinction Rebellion Protesters Want from Politicians

"Actions speak louder than words. It is one thing to declare a climate emergency, it is another to act on them."

Ammal Hassan

Extinction Rebellion Are Back and This Time They've Got More Boats

The radical climate activists kicked off another week of action today, in five cities around the UK. We went to Cardiff to see how they're getting on.

VICE Staff

Planting ‘Billions of Trees’ Isn’t Going to Stop Climate Change

A popular study claims that reforestation could fix climate change, but is that true?

Madeleine Gregory
Sarah Emerson

The Big Student Pollution Problem

Moving out month presents a load of environmental issues that various people need to take responsibility for.

Davey Brett

Some Easy Ways to Stamp Out Your Festival Carbon Footprint

Look after the planet and have a mostly guilt-free comedown.

David Hillier

Some Mad, Bad News: Big Oil Is Actively Involved in Climate Talks

It's going to be hard to save the world with fossil fuel lobbyists rallying against the Paris Agreement during UN negotiations.

Pascoe Sabido

How to Have a Period Without Ruining the Planet

Tampons and pads all contain plastic, and generate more than 200,000 tonnes of waste per year. Here's what you can do about it.

Daisy Jones

You Should Be More Worried Than Excited About the Summer Heatwave

Temperatures across Europe are likely to reach 40 degrees Celsius this week. That's a bad thing, BTW.

Joe Sandler Clarke