Kristel Van Houte is a surfer and marine ecologist based in the coastal town of Raglan, on the north island of New Zealand. She started the Karioi Project just over 10 years ago.
| Doug Chadwick
If we continue trying to save the world one species at a time we will fail; it is time to redefine our relationship with nature so that we save all of nature.
| Paul West
From shelf to soil and everything in-between – the unexpected lifecycle of Paul West’s tees.
| Archana Ram
Climate and social justice activists are pushing the clothing industry to take better care of people and the planet.
| Sean Doherty
Photographer Paolo Pellegrin captured the aftermath of the wildfires that burned through Australia in 2019.
| Belinda Baggs
Two hours from the coast we’re fish out of water in Canberra, but this battle has reached a critical point.
| Mădălina Preda
Why we rely on lab tests and data more than ever to make decisions about our products.
| Adam Skolnick
How discarded plastic fishing nets found their way into our hat brims.
| Elizabeth L. Cline
What was once a nuisance – overselling environmental gains – now conceals the apparel industry’s role in the climate crisis.
Patagonia’s quality rating system is designed with ecological footprint in mind. Here’s why.
| Sarah Mirk
With the rest of the world spiralling into chaos, organising my closet suddenly became a soothing Saturday night activity. It felt good to sort through
| Greg Russell
Hungry for Big Adventure, I had failed to see the wildness present in my own backyard.
| Krissy Moehl
“Exploring varying landscapes generates an energy and connection…that provides the ‘why’ to life for me.” “…these unbalanced running steps through lumping button grass were pounding a connection with the Tarkine into my cells.” “This event and the wild of Tassie tore in to my heart, embedded in my soul…”
| Sean Doherty
Australia is going down a dead end with its “gas-led recovery”.
| Hans Cole
Debates over how America’s public lands should be managed are as old as the system itself...
| Robert Moor
Roping up for a global protest – The Great Canopy Campout, October 17.
| Jenny Weber
A new legal challenge could be the best chance in a generation to end native forest logging in Australia.
| Hayley Talbot
The Clarence River flows through the hearts of all those who live along its banks. One afternoon, after a long hiatus of contact, help was humbly sought and lovingly given.
Josh and Kyle Slabb are Bundjalung men who live, fish, surf and raise their families near the fabled sand bottom point break of Fingal Head on the east coast of Australia – where their ancestors have thrived for tens of thousands of years.
| Morgan Williamson
Dave Rastovich and Greg Long log in and discuss the current state of surfing, its cultural and ecological impacts, and where it’s headed.
| Josefine Ås
A French ski patroller’s move to become a permaculture farmer. “There’s no doubt. I have become a man who lives at the foot of La Meije’s north face, by the Romanche River where my vegetables now grow.” This is Jean Charles Bonsignore’s pepeha,
| Rodrigo Bustamante
To become carbon neutral by 2025, we need to reduce and eliminate these emissions, and getting there requires multiple strategies.
Exploring everyday Earth repair with freesurfer Heath Joske. Between riding some of Australia’s most revered and underground waves and raising a young family, Heath is employing the principles of regenerative organic agriculture to bring balance back to his local, coastal ecology.
| Beau Miles
This is the story of a man, which is really a story of a unique gumtree, colluding on a backyard adventure.
| Rachel G. Horn
This is a test to grow our clothes differently. It’s late in the growing season, and the first puffs of white appear speckled on the landscape. On this farm,
| Brad Wieners
When he was 22 and away at college, Charles Massy got a fateful shock: His father had suffered a severe heart attack, and while it wasn’t immediately fatal, it was clear his dad could no longer run the family farm back home in the Monaro region of New South Wales
| Alistair Klinkenberg
A tiny South Coast town devastated by bushfires fights for tomorrow. One of the last remaining parcels of land adjoining Manyana – one that’s become a refuge for wildlife that survived the blaze – is set to be cleared by a Sydney developer.
| Johnie Gall
Young farmers learn what it means to do essential work during a global crisis. Ava Sonnet already knows how you’ll picture her when you find out she’s a farmer.
| Lindsay Morris
Can a cotton T-shirt really help stop the climate crisis? The dead bird was a final straw for
| Andrew O’Reilly
A soil junkie explains no-till practices for regenerative agriculture.
| Jock Serong
Marine life is on the move as the oceans around Australia warm. In part 2, we follow the yellowtail kings of Tasmania, launching a tinny into an estuary of the Derwent River.
The Gwich'in are fighting to protect their future, but they can’t win this battle alone.
| Jock Serong
The Victorian country town that set up its own solar energy grid.
| Jock Serong
Marine life is on the move as the oceans around Australia warm. We take a deep dive into how this is impacting the Great Southern Reef.
This is the story of how Bureo locked arms with Patagonia to keep 71,000 pounds of discarded fishing net waste out of the ocean each year by putting it into our hat brims. Introducing the traceable, 100% recycled NetPlus®.
Sharing simple solutions to mitigating micro-plastic with divemaster, wildlife guide, and marine biologist Alice Forrest, just back from Antarctica.
| Paul Greenberg
When you sit down to write an eye-catching essay about seafood, your first instinct is to go with one of the sleek and sexy creatures that have historically captured the human imagination.
Leah Thomas is at the leading edge of Intersectional Environmentalism, a term she coined as a way to advocate for the protection of people and the planet simultaneously. This chat examines the links between social justice and environmentalism.
| Ramón Navarro
Ramón Navarro found his passion riding the biggest waves on the planet. But his accomplishments in giant surf are just one part of a bigger vision to protect the culture and environment of the Chilean coast.
| Elle Murrell
If 70 kilometres of forest disappeared from the fringe of Australia’s most populous city, would anyone notice?
The first episode in their new podcast series, talking solutions to our current climate crisis, from harnessing hope to localising action, with 2040 filmmaker Damon Gameau.
| Belinda Baggs
Out on the fringes of the Western Pacific, the seas encroach.
| Mădălina Preda + Shannon Bourke
Taking action, no matter how small, has never been more crucial.
A film about how our future is bound to the life and health of wild rivers.
| Lisset Fun
As the world grapples with the effects of the pandemic, climate activists continue to fight for our future.
Five lives transformed by the sea. Directed by Keith Malloy, Fishpeople tells the stories of a unique cast of characters who have dedicated their lives to the sea.
| Dave Rastovich
At the end of Australia’s Black Summer, Dave Rastovich, his family and friends found clear air on an uninhabited offshore island and contemplated a future that needs to be fought for.