Murals are beginning to appear in our public spaces, serving as reminders of the irreversible climate change that threatens our planet.
Walk on the wild side
From coyotes on roofs to leopards in parks, mother nature always finds a way to prosper.
Artist Harriet Horton talks about her retirement from the art of taxidermy and how she struggled with the ethics of the practice itself.
Veganism and pets
We examine the ethics of owning a pet and how that differs for people who have sworn off of animal mistreatment.
Istanbul's cats highlight animal welfare flaws
While the film Kedi was shows a tender relationship between Turks and free cats, the country has seen an increase in violence towards animals.
Veganuary: Just a fad or here to stay?
Artefact investigates whether the trend of Veganuary will continue beyond January.
From man hunting foxes to foxes hunting man
Residents in one part of Tottenham are on their guard after local foxes changed behaviour and began chasing people.
Cloning: the future of life after death
Animal cloning is an expensive and controversial procedure but is common in many countries for food production and leisure activities.
Bodybuilders are Catching the Vegan Virus
Why are more body builders getting their protein from a plant based rather than a carnivorous one?
Happy Birthday YouTube!
YouTube was founded ten years ago today, so here are ten of our favourite videos.