Muddy ditches near Calais serve as home to refugees from Darfur and Syria. Nick Harvey reports.
Virgil Hawkins decries the media’s ease of conscience when it comes to attracting readers.
‘Free from the domination of the economy, we open up the possibilities for a richer life,’ the author tells Rana Bose.
Maruška Mileta reports from Venezuela on a meeting of minds before next month’s UN climate talks.
The government has failed to provide adequately for those who lost everything, says Iris Gonzales.
Student activists around Britain are lobbying for divestment from coal, oil and gas, report People & Planet.
Jamie Kelsey-Fry catches a rare balanced debate on shale gas that marks the undoing of one of its greatest US evangelists.
Jarred Sferruzzi on a journey across Bangladesh, India and Nepal to build solidarity in the struggle for climate justice.
Men don’t approve, but women do – and for good reason, says Mari Marcel Thekaekara.
Charlotte Sexauer looks at how local communities in the Netherlands are leading drug policy reform.
Uzma Falak on the aftermath of the deaths of two teenagers shot by the Indian army.