Earth Overshoot Day came late this year
In 1961, Earth Overshoot Day in Europe took place on October 13th. This year, it took place five months sooner. Here is what the WWF is proposing to push it back where it belongs:
Laura Dodsworth on shame culture and body positivity
This artist used her lens to empower men and women about the intimate parts of their bodies. Her work encourages people to #BeBodyKind, which is the theme for Mental Health Awareness Week this week.
#FemalePleasure, a film on female sexuality
These women living in four corners of the world are all fighting for a common cause: reclaiming their bodies. This is the story behind the documentary #FemalePleasure.
5 surprising things the Crown owns
From fishes royal to most of Regent Street, here are 5 peculiar things the Crown owns. 👑
5 things you need to know about Ramadan
Ramadan isn't only about fasting for a month. 🌄Here are 5 things you might not know about Ramadan...
Animals accused of espionage
This friendly beluga was accused of being a Russian spy after it was picked up off the coast of Norway. It wouldn’t be the first animal suspected of international espionage... Here are 3 others. 🕵️🐬
The ragpickers of Bulgaria
She is paid barely nothing and suffers daily scorn for being one of Bulgaria's "ragpickers." But there are people fighting for her, and others, to get recognition for their valuable work.
A hospital in the forest
This Norwegian hospital among the trees aims to ease the stress of child patients. 🌲⚕️🌲
UK Parliament declares climate emergency
The UK Parliament has just become the first in the world to declare an environment and climate emergency.
Style & Sustain blogger Amma Aburam on fair fashion
It was #FashionRevolution week a few days ago, but for London-based fair fashion blogger Style & Sustain, it’s a daily revolution. Here is what she has to say about the fast fashion industry and how to combat it: