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The fall of King Tuna

The fate of our favourite fish hangs in the balance. Sara Holden and Greg McNevin explain what needs to be done to give it, and countless other ocean dwellers, a fighting chance.

To live...

New hope for international action on global warming has come from Bolivia, where President Evo Morales is convening a People’s World Conference on Climate Change. Vanessa Baird reports on a multifaceted initiative.

Brothers in peace

Israeli Rami Elhanan and Palestinian Bassam Aramin forged an unlikely friendship through a terrible tragedy. They share their story.

The future’s bright… the future’s yellow?!

Roxana Olivera reveals the significance of sunny underwear in Peru’s New Year celebrations.

The longest day

Hunger-striking human rights activist arrives home in Western Sahara. Jeremy Corbyn and Stefan Simanowitz report.

Biology knows nothing of politics

Brian Eno and Stefan Simanowitz uncover the background to the month-long hunger strike of Nobel Peace Prize activist, Aminatou Haidar.

A business climate

Even global warming is being used for economic gain. But we can’t buy ourselves out of ruin, argues Jeremy Seabrook.

Closing the gap in Australia

Louis Dai visits the Wulgunggo Ngalu Learning Place, a community-based programme to bring Aboriginal values into the Australian criminal justice system. But he wonders about the deeper roots of injustice in homeland.

Chemicals of concern

A new US bill is aiming for tough screening of toxic chemicals. Roxana Olivera reports.

Tarnac and the Echoes

L’affaire Tarnac is a story little-followed outside of France. Horatio Morpurgo tracks down the collective – whose members have been accused by the police of terrorist activity – and explains why we should all be paying more attention.

Year Thirty

Despite being haunted by its gruesome past, there are reasons for optimism in Cambodia.

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