The Paris Agreement shows how powerful nations have imposed their will at the climate negotiations, writes Clemente Bautista.
La Via Campesina’s agro-ecology and food sovereignty offers one possible path toward climate justice, writes Marienna Pope-Weidemann in part one of this two part series.
Millions of hectares of forest are threatened by coal mining, warns Saskia Ozinga.
Activists in Paris are laying out inspiring visions for a fair and sustainable future – with the help of 196 stolen bank chairs, writes Samir Dathi.
Development in the industrialized world has come at a high price, writes Mohamed Adow.
If we want to save the planet, we need to look to indigenous culture, writes Mari Marcel Thekaekara.
As rich countries declare ‘ambition’ while racing to weaken the text, some climate justice campaigners are turning their backs on the COP21 negotiations and looking elsewhere for hope, reports Morgan Curtis.
Visiting Paris from Gambia, Saiba Suso explains the politics and euphemisms that climate negotiators use and that conceal how the talks impact lives.
What makes a climate leader? For all of us gathered here at COP21, it becomes increasingly evident with every passing day, writes Morgan Curtis.
Yet another draft Paris agreement was released Wednesday, and was immediately renounced by civil society, Adam Greenberg reports.
And the recent debate about whether or not to bomb Syria proves why, says Mischa Wilmers.