● Millions of UK Homes Could Be Lost to Flooding in the Next 80 Years The UK is critically underprepared for the impacts of rising sea levels due to climate change, an investigation by VICE News has found.
● 50 Examples of Climate Privilege to Show People Who Still Don't Get It The countries that suffer the most devastating impacts of climate change are not those most responsible for it.
● Expect Plagues of Locusts as Climate Change Gets Worse, Say Scientists A swarm of 40 million locusts eats the same amount of food in one day as about 35,000 humans, threatening the livelihoods of millions of people.
● How the Advertising Industry Makes Fossil Fuels Sexy Big polluters haven't managed to sow such widespread climate complacency by themselves. They've had expert help.
● Neo-Nazis Are Using Eco-Fascism to Recruit Young People As the effects of climate change are intensifying, ecology is "playing a bigger role in fascist ideology across the board."
● Pollution Has Killed Five Times as Many People as COVID This Year Dirty air is just as much of a crisis as the coronavirus, but politicians refuse to give it the same kind of attention.
● Here's What Happened When I 'Outed' Myself as Tim Martin's Son What started as a laugh at British media nepotism quickly became a furious pile-on that revealed a predictability at the heart of social media.
● Arlo Parks Brings Light to Life's Darkest Moments The 20-year-old singer counts Billie Eilish and Michelle Obama as fans, and landed a feature on HBO's 'I May Destroy You.' She's just getting started.
● Rental Opportunity of the Week: Not a Living Space, But a Big Weird Shelf This is a mezzanine floor above a bed. With nothing actually on it. For £1,400 a month.
● How XR's Controversial Co-Founder Fell Out With the Group He Created Extinction Rebellion says it has grown up – and that means a split with Roger Hallam, who has been throwing paint at the offices of NGOs and charities.
● A Colourful Look at How Women Occupy Public Space In her project 'Women in Public Spaces', Romanian-born artist Bianca Mierlea contemplates the ways in which women navigate the world.
● The Guide to Getting Into Sufjan Stevens, Master of Emotion As the prolific polymath prepares to release his eighth studio record 'The Ascension', we’re here to plot a path through his wildly diverse discography.
● Australia's Bushfire Season Is Back, With a Whole New Set of Complications Less than six months since the end of Black Summer, many Australians are still picking up the pieces – but it's already that time of year again,...
● No One Was Directly Charged For Breonna Taylor's Death Only one officer was charged for recklessly endangering the lives of three of her neighbors.
● The Slumflower Has Logged Off Chidera Eggerue, the writer behind the #SaggyBoobsMatter hashtag, speaks to VICE about her new relationship with social media.
● Trump Just Signed an Executive Order Claiming That Anti-Racism Is the Real Racism The new order takes aim at anti-racism training, or as the White House calls it, "offensive and anti-American race and sex stereotyping and ...
● Investigating THC Syrup: Cannabis with the Consistency of Cough Medicine Wee in liquid form has hit the UK, but is it a sweet dream or a damp squib? We explored the who, the how and the high.
● Why We Can't Just Blame Young People for COVID-19's Rise in Northern England Horror stories are circulating of house parties and rule-breakers, but should certain regions of the UK have ever come out of lockdown in the first...
● The 'Bake Off' Celebrity Busts, From Cursed to Most Cursed David Bowie sweetie, I'm so sorry.
● These Textile Designs Protest the Invisibility of Black Women in Western Art Hope Mhlope's 'Journey of Marks' is influenced by the artist's heritage and Blackness, with references to female family members.
● 'Why Do I Always Want to Bail on Plans With My Friends?' Humans tend to fare poorly at predicting how we are going to feel in the future – and often totally misjudge what will make us happy.
● Labour MPs Demand the Decriminalisation of Drug Possession The party's drug policy reform group wants a 'new approach' to the war on drugs, including a possible legalised cannabis market in Britain.
● Dating Can Be Complicated When You Struggle with Self-Harm One ex told me to wear long sleeves around our friends because he didn’t want them to see recent cuts.
● The Straight Men Using Gay Dating Apps to Plug Their OnlyFans “Gay for pay” is nothing new, but hetero men are now using apps like Tinder and Grindr to target what they perceive to be a lucrative market.