We all know that environmental news can be disheartening at times and of course there will be elements of that in this content, BUT, we know there is exciting knowledge shared by some truly inspirational and empowering people and if you have ended up on this page, we know you are going to enjoy it too! :)

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Bumble (Independent Magazine)

A free online PDF of their first issue is available online so you can read all about the beauty of nature and UK wildlife

As Long as Grass Grows (Dina Gilio-Whitaker)

Explores climate resistance from an Indigenous perspective, highlighting a key fact that is only now reaching colonial eyes but which Indigenous protesters have written about for a long time: climate struggle and the struggle for rights are one and the same.

Catching Thunder (Eskil Engdal and Kjetil Sæter)

The true story of the world's longest sea chase. Poachers, kingpins and the longest chase in maritime history: A desperate race to save our planet's oceans from illegal fishing. 

Rambunctious Garden (Emma Marris)

Saving Nature in a Post-Wild World

Saving Nature in a Post-Wild World

Saving Nature in a Post Wild World: For decades people have unquestioningly accepted the idea that our goal is to preserve nature in its pristine, pre-human state. But many scientists have come to see this as an outdated dream that thwarts bold new plans to save the environment and prevents us from having a fuller relationship with nature.

Its Freezing in LA (Independent Magazine)

Taking its name from a Donald Trump tweet reading: “I’m in Los Angeles and it’s freezing. Global warming is a total, and very expensive, hoax!” the magazine aims to debate and discuss much-needed environmental discussions. The inspiration for this webpage too!

10 THINGS TO DO to help the Earth during  

Covid-19 lock down (and beyond)


A PDF with more embedded links to to sustainability training and podcasts for anyone thinking about how they can help the environment from home.


Blue Heart 

This will likely challenge your environmental beliefs in a positive manner. The Balkan Peninsula is home to the last wild rivers in Europe. However, a deluge of more than 3,000 proposed hydropower developments threaten to destroy the culture and ecology of this forgotten region. Blue Heart, now in its first digital release, documents the battle for the largest undammed river in Europe, Albania’s Vjosa, the effort to save the endangered Balkan lynx in Macedonia, and the women of Krušcica, Bosnia and Herzegovina, who are spearheading a months-long, 24/7 protest to protect their community’s only source of drinking water.

Our Planet

You've probably seen this! Renowned documentary is a visual exploration into the contrasting habitats on our planet, recording the direct impacts of climate change as we see them today: sea level rise, global temperature increase, ice melt. 


Follow a group of skiers, snowboarders, scientists and healers to the birch forests of Japan, the red cedars of British Columbia and the bristlecones of Nevada, as they explore an ancient story written in rings. Three of these are Patagonia (not because they support P&P) all amazing docs!

Women at War

This beautiful Icelandic film tells the story of Halla, a climate activist and choir mistress, who learns she is to adopt a child just as her attempts to shut down local fossil fuel infrastructure intensify. Musing on love and responsibility, it's a poignant vision of a woman trying to protect the world around her.


takayna / Tarkine in northwestern Tasmania is home to one of the last tracts of old-growth rainforest in the world, yet it’s currently at the mercy of destructive extraction industries, including logging and mining. This documentary unpacks the complexities of modern conservation and challenges us to consider the importance of our last wild places. Also good for anyone who like running/hiking ;)



A show about the natural world and how we use it. It is very well produced and explores topics you might think you have no interest in, but check out an episode and we are sure you will enjoy it! Recomended Episodes: Cold, Dark and Sharky (25/09/19); Plan B (20/06/19); So Over Population (11/10/18)


Sustainababble: a weekly podcast about the environment, for and by the confused. Its funny, light hearted and perfect for this current situation! 

The Rich Roll Podcast

Not strictly a environmental podcast, but hosted by vegan athlete Rich Roll who shares many long-form conversations with environmentalists and other thought provoking leaders. So many amazing episodes. Probably the best media on this whole page and a great place to start! Recomended Episodes: Paul De Gelder on the Shark Attack that Saved His Life; Gemma Newman on Plant-Based Eating, Dan Buetner on Blue Zones (Places on Earth Where People Live Longest)


Really hope you like these suggestions, we would love to hear your suggestions and if you enjoyed any of these resources, please let us know!! :)