Lydia James talks to film director Leila Sansour about Open Bethlehem and being back in Palestine.
Sofi Lundin meets Catherine Hamlin, Nobel Peace Prize nominee and doctor extraordinaire.
The green imperialism of some conservation charities, by Sophie Pritchard.
In Mexico, the disappearance of 42 students has mobilized an entire country against a failing government. Andalusia Knoll reports.
John Hilary on a degrading spectacle that keeps coming back.
Mischa Wilmers explores the reasons behind climate change-skeptics, and how we can counter their influence.
Peru’s climate change talks open to allegations of hypocrisy and deception, Stephanie Boyd reports.
Take heart, says Jess Worth: rock-bottom fuel prices won’t lead to fossil-fuelled development booms.
Mari Marcel Thekaekara is in pensive mood as she looks back on a turbulent 2014.
This week’s announcement by Obama and Castro is momentous. But getting rid of the embargo is unlikely to be swift or easy, writes Vanessa Baird.
We must listen to and work with those most affected by climate change, says Philip Goodwin.
Wealth is highly concentrated
among relatively few very rich people, says Michael Roscoe.
The latest podcast from the Tax Justice Network.