Climate scientists rebel against the IPCC

Following three decades of IPCC failures to convince nation states to make a dent in greenhouse gas emissions, a group of rebellious climate scientists claim rapid planet cooling measures must be employed as soon as possible to slow global heating.

Her blazing world

Margaret Cavendish’s boldness and bravery set 17th-century society alight, but is she a feminist poster-girl for our times?

Is the ‘wood-wide web’ a fantasy?

In the past 10 years the idea that trees communicate with and look after each other has gained widespread currency. But have these claims outstripped the evidence?

A mecca for rewilders

Established 24 years ago, the Carrifran Wildwood in southern Scotland has been credited with inspiring the current surge of rewilding projects across the UK and beyond.