ELN investigates the Global Strike for Climate

The Global Strike for Climate launched today across more than 150 countries to push governments around the world to step up action on saving the planet

The Global Strike for Climate launches today – but what’s it all about?

Millions of people around the world are expected to skip school or take time off work to draw attention to global warming and encourage governments to take action.

Extinction Rebellion activists blockade Preston New Road fracking site

The protestors aim to highlight what they claim is the “conscious, cynical inaction of the government” in allowing the controversial method of fossil fuel extraction to go ahead

Heathrow drone activists due to meet with authorities to discuss plans

Four members of Heathrow Pause, an Extinction Rebellion splinter group, plan to fly toy drones at the airport in September to protest the planned expansion of runways at the site

Animal Rebellion springs up to tackle dietary side of climate emergency

The new activist group has launched to call on the government to drive a shift to more environmentally-friendly vegan diets

The number of people being murdered defending the environment is soaring…

New research shows more green activists are being killed each year than the number of soldiers from the United Kingdom and Australia killed in war zones

Climate protesters target SSE and Drax gas plant sites

The Reclaim the Power group were picketing outside the London offices of Drax and blocked entrances to SSE’s site in Lincolnshire

German students fined for skipping class to protest climate change

Four Mannheim families have to pay €88.50 each as a result of children taking place in the Fridays for Future demonstration

Former terror chief warns Extinction Rebellion ‘are extreme anarchist group’

Richard Walton, Senior Fellow at Policy Exchange, says the movement of climate protestors seeks a ‘subversive agenda’ and calls for police and government to crack down on the group

Extinction Rebellion block entrance of East London concrete works

Activists claim the environmental impacts of concrete production are at odds with the UK’s commitment to tackle climate change