It is the mad extremes that are highlighted here.When we turn our kettle on in Birmingham, we are helping to flood Bangladesh
Global warming means that flying across the Atlantic is now as unacceptable as child abuse
Climate change is perhaps the gravest calamity our species has ever encountered. Its impact dwarfs that of any war, any plague, any famine we have confronted so far. It makes genocide and ethnic cleansing look like sideshows at the circus of human suffering
It was fishing that cemented my love of the natural world.
We need to put climate change right at the top of the political agenda — it is by far the biggest threat to humanity.
The idea of resurrecting woolly mammoths fires the imagination on all cylinders. Last week interest in this marvellous notion was reignited by Professor Ian Wilmut, the man who cloned Dolly the sheep, ruminated about how it might be done. The answer, in brief, is that it pushes at the very limits of plausibility, but there's a tiny chance that, within 50 years or so, it could just happen.