Open-source technology offers citizens the chance to wrest control of their bills from utility companies says Carbon Co-op’s Jonathan Atkinson.
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Mischa Wilmers sees the horror for himself – and meets those trying to change it.
Hazel Healy speaks to free software’s moral compass about Anonymous, licensing and digital freedoms.
They may be losing popularity in Gaza, but Hamas are a force to be reckoned with – even by Israel. Louisa Waugh reports.
As the picking season draws to a close, Noreen Sadik meets farmers affected by Israeli repression.
Discount stores have been in North America for half a century but there’s not a lot to celebrate says Wayne Roberts.
Peru’s gold rush threatens indigenous communities’ right to water. Roxana Olivera meets one of the faces behind the struggle, Máxima Acuña.
Planners turning a deaf ear to local traders ignore the community at their peril says Horatio Morpurgo.
The current YouTube ban in Bangladesh is symptomatic of a government unwilling to embrace the 21st century, says Shahidul Alam.
Dan Hancox on the skilled young people who, after thirty years of Spanish democracy, are finding their options increasingly limited.
The discontent voiced at last week’s general strike is being echoed across Europe, say Tim Baster and Isabelle Merminod.