The world's leading environmental affairs magazine, now theecologist.org, was founded in 1970 by Edward Goldsmith. The magazine quickly became a platform for those who would go on to be the leading lights of the environmental movement.
Tel: +44(0)20 7422 8100
102 D Lana House Studios
116 - 118 Commercial Street
Carbon traders quit emissions market amid drop in demand
Alternative Energy Grows in Europe
What's stopping us getting solar power from deserts?
BP and Shell face new shareholder revolt over tar sands
Compact fluorescents - Recycle them?
Reclaiming a derelict site to create a community garden
Big fish farms not necessarily most polluting
Strange fruit: 8 tempting ideas from the orchard to brighten your week
Financial problems could wipe out commercial whaling
Copenhagen: Europe's coolest green city
On the bear trail: eco-tourism in Slovakia
Amazon rainforest may be heading towards a tipping point as a carbon sink
Get Ready for E-Bikes!
Native Wildflowers are good for bees and biodiversity!
Bottled water industry wages PR battle against tap water
Do protected areas for wildlife really work?
Butterflies act as wildlife indicators, warning us of ecosystem changes
The Kathmandu Valley Needs Help!
Community Sharing: Saving Resources and Saving Money
Update: Lab-grown Meat
Bringing Rain Gardens to Urban Areas
Hope for Shark Finning Bans Continues
Malaysian dam project will set precedent on how to treat indigenous people
Planting Forests for Carbon Sequestration
Greenland becoming more green, thanks to Global Warming
Uncontacted Tribes in Peru at Risk
Study links pesticides used by sheep farmers to long-term brain damage
Python Trade Influenced by Fashion Industry
Livestock falling ill in fracking regions, raising concerns about food
Wildflowers at risk from 'safe' levels of pollution
Time to eat the ugly ones...
Marine pollution incidents kill thousands of seabirds - and it could be legal!
Food: Sustainability, Security, Self-reliance
Blink and youâ€™ll miss it: how species are being lost before theyâ€™re even found
Reptiles Need Our Help NOW!
7 Myths of Meditation
America has a Horsemeat Problem too
Scientists link frozen spring to dramatic Arctic sea ice loss
Britain's love affair with bottled water
Birds Strike: deaths caused by collisions with buildings severely dent populations
Nature is Good for your Health!
Fishing the Gulf of Maine: Tradition at a Crossroads
Free Range Milk?
Wildlife in the firing line in global war against bovine TB
Commuting on an e-bike
Don't turn a blind eye to what's in your food- it could be killing elephants
Eco Technology now and in the future
Climate Change Slowdown Is Due To Warming Of Deep Oceans, Say Scientists
Tar-sands Infractions in Canada Get Swept Under the Rug
Arctic methane catastrophe scenario is based on new empirical observations
Kill a Rat, Save an Ecosystem
China's State Council has announced plans to make green industries central to the economy by 2015
Living with Urban Wildlife: Non-lethal Control
Climate change mitigation essential for even the most common species
Children and the Environment: How gardening lessons impact positively on school kids
The Carbon Credentials of Smartphones
Snow Leopard Survival Threatened by Cashmere Industry
Our daily bread
An "Uncanny" Hobby
Good news for European wildlife
Itâ€™s not easy being green â€“ unless that is, you live on a boat. Part IV.
Weighing the Benefits of Wind
India blocks progress on HFC emissions reductions
Africa's biggest wind farm opens
Falling fruit: A global collaborative foraging map
Deep sea Drilling in New Zealand
Brazil Deforestation Up 28%
Tuna and Sharks, a tale of two fishes
What is the true cost of food production?
Orangutan as fashionista
EU considering fisheries link with Morocco
Thames Barrier Protects City from London Flood Surge
New worries about Fukushima
GMO-free Cheerios and the impact of Social Media
Global warming debate rages on
TEPCO says no abnormality at Fukushima
Supreme Court Issues Decision in Landmark GMO Lawsuit
Plants and wildlife adapting to climate change in Switzerland
Beaver, Dam it!
Should activities in public space be limited? The UK approach.
General Mills Makes Cheerios GMO-Free
Yellowstone Grizzlies Under Threat
World's largest whale shark slaughterhouse uncovered
Study predicts $100 trillion a year in damage due to storm surges
Cien billones de dÃ³lares al aÃ±o en daÃ±os debido a las inundaciones por tormenta
Climate Change and Human Health
Cambio climÃ¡tico y salud humana
Trouble for Tea
China's looming water crisis
Inminente crisis del agua en China
The dangers of chemicals used in food packaging
Los peligros de las sustancias quÃmicas usadas en el envasado de alimentos
Illinois - 1.7 million people choose 100% green electricity
Illinois: 1,7 millones de personas optan por la electricidad verde al 100%
CalentÃ¡ndolo todo, incluso el Ãrtico
Yellowstone Bison win court case!
Wetlands and methane emissions
Los humedales y las emisiones de metano
Smog alerts for Europe
Electric car numbers double in one year
Are Large Dams Economical?
Glyphosate found in breast milk
GM food and toxic herbicides
Antarctica, Australia and Climate Change
Fungi Clean Contaminated Soil
China and Coal
Young gorillas caught dismantling poachers' snares
Frackable rock under groundwater aquifers raise water contamination fears
Condors vs. the NRA
Roca Frackable bajo acuÃferos subterrÃ¡neos aumentan el temor de contaminaciÃ³n del agua.
Cell Phone Conservation
Arctic sea ice trends confirmed by Whalers' logs
Herbicide Use To Increase Dramatically
Fracking's Chemical Cocktails
Dams vs. Rivers
A Fukushima-Sized Problem
How Farm Pests Can Threaten Food Security
Dairy - the case for greener, healthier cows
Greenhouse gases hit new record
Gases de efecto invernadero alcanzan Nuevo rÃ©cord
Japan: 'solar islands' replace nuclear power
Climate March and Summit
The important role that agroecological farming can play to feed the world
JapÃ³n: Las islas solares remplazan a la energÃa nuclear
Reducing global trade would cut carbon emissions
Connecting Productivity of Office Workers and Climate Change
What's best for creating drought resistant plants? Traditional breeding or GM?
Can renewables supply 100% of world's power by 2050?
The Aral Desert: Once a Sea - Now, All Dried Up
New protection for migratory birds
EU Court Rules Against UK For Failure to Tackle Air Pollution
Small farms the key to increasing food production
Solar power shines brightly in the UK
Is Australia on the wrong track on climate change?
Carbon Dioxide Threat To Mussels' Shells
Reducing aircraft emissions globally will require effective regulations
Global Warming History Repeats Itself
The pleasures of a tiny house
Greatest concentrations of world's soil carbon pinpointed in peat bogs
Cambiar a combustible de alto octanaje reduce las emisiones de carbÃ³n: MIT
Global wheat yields threatened by warming with serious consequences
In California, Beavers are essential to recovering wild salmon
Ice melt endangers Arctic mammals
Why does water rationing in California exclude fracking and agribusiness?
Neonicotinoids Responsible for Pollinator Declines Worldwide
Japan's 'scientific whaling' fail
What's worse for polar bears- Global Warming or Pollution?
Aluminum-ion battery technology advances
Stable Antarctic glaciers are now melting
Pope Francis challenges us all on Climate Change and improving the life of the poor
Greece's economic problems linked to its coal-based energy policies
Bumblebees trapped in "Climate Vice"
Not all whaling is the same
Trophy hunting is not the main reason for declining population of lions in Africa
How the loss of Indonesian mangrove forests is linked to climate change
Commentary on the US plan to reduce carbon emissions
The Fukushima Accident Lives On
China's carbon emissions may be lower than estimated
How a warming climate is impacting wild boar in Europe
Ocean plastic plague threatens seabirds
The Gypsies problem in Europe
The Paris attacks - the climate talks, and the war on terror
Could Lithium-air batteries make oil obsolete?
Fires rage in Amazon Rainforest
Is calling the current time Anthropocene helpful?
Iowa - first in primaries, first in wind power
Air pollution in Europe and the EU lack of action
Disease may wipe out the world's bananas
Warmer climate contributes to spread of the Zika virus
Fukushima impacts hidden from Japanese public
Beavers return to Britain
Warming Arctic being exploited by trawlers
Time to re-think the diesel
Going vegetarian could save emissions and prevent 8 million deaths a year
Illegal gold mining in Brazil exposing indigenous peoples to high levels of mercury
Rising oceans may pose a bigger threat than previously assumed
Australian river on fire with fracked coal seam gas
UN Climate negotiations update - how to raise and allocate $100 billion
Who gets to influence the climate negotiations?
Renewable Energy Closes "The Gap"
Raid uncovers truth behind Thailand's Tiger Temple
Renewables versus climate change - the battle heats up!
Judge rules: no right to know hazardous pesticide ingredients
Solar on the best UK sites is competitive with cheap coal
Offshore wind powers ahead as prices drop 30% below nuclear
Soon solar will be the cheapest power everywhere
Monsanto and Bayer: food and agriculture just took a turn for the worst
How Solar power is bringing food security to Africa
How noise pollution impacts marine ecology
London breaches air pollution limit for all 2017
Real Farming Report - Whose seeds are they anyway?
Climate change and farming: let's be part of the solution!
Scientists highlight the critical role of birds in forest regeneration
New map shows way to reducing roads' destruction of nature
Getting the Measure of Sustainable Economic Growth
Re-Purposing Air Pollution to make Air Inks
Fukushima catastrophe unfolds ... key facts and figures for an unhappy sixth anniversary
How to fix the East Africa Crisis
Spiral of doom: hotter world increases cattle methane emissions
Energy Storage Solutions will help tackle Climate Change
Catastrophic 'anti-infestation' logging threatens US National Forests
Back to the list