Hakim Young meets Khalid Ahmad, who survived the US bombing of a hospital in Afghanistan.
Developed countries are determined to undermine any remnant commitment to justice in this process. Morgan Curtis reports for New Internationalist.
Justin Kenrick meets with Sengwer community’s Yator Kiptum and Milka Chepkorir about the meaning of climate justice.
Last week, the sterile hallways at COP21 rang with the chants ‘1.5 to stay alive!’ Morgan Curtis reports from Paris as climate talks enter their final week.
Malawian environmental journalist Charles Mkoka reports on how communities are already adapting to the ever-changing climate around them.
Mari Marcel Thekaekara remembers a much-loved friend and mentor who died last week.
The oil producing giant blocked efforts in Paris to limit global warming to 1.5C above pre-industrial levels, Kyla Mandel and Brendan Montague report.
Following the British parliamentary vote to bomb Syria, Iraq War veteran and peace activist Shawna Foster explains how these kinds of military interventions are linked to fossil fuels and climate change.
It’s conscious and active young people who will be holding our governments to account, Rachel Lees writes.
The first email ever sent from the Wampis community of Soledad in the Peruvian rainforest was to New Internationalist, just last week. They want to tell the world their inspiring story. Andres Noningo Sesen explains.
A new global youth action network – the Climate Strike – was born in Paris this week. Marienna Pope-Weidemann and Samir Dathi were there to hear their plans.