“Where is the fiction about climate change?” Amitav Ghosh asked in these pages last year. It’s a good question: glance at most publishers’ catalogues and you would never know that humanity was facing the greatest challenge of its existence.Read More
As apocalyptic weather events grow ever more frequent, a group of women nature writers is urging readers to listen to — and care for — our warming Earth.
The ideal end point of women's will to empowerment might well be to show the rest of the species that our real master, all along, wasn't men but the planet.Read More
In Nunatsiavut, people used to wait impatiently for winter. The remote region on Canada’s northeastern coast has been home to Inuit and their ancestors for thousands of years.Read More
An almighty shitstorm has been brewing in the Californian desert for the last decade or so. Everything finally erupted in September 2014, when a group of federal and state agencies released the draft of an eye-wateringly ambitious proposal they’d been working on for six years: the Desert Renewable Energy Conservation Plan, or DRECP.Read More