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Norway’s ring of peace

In Norway, Jews and Muslims stand in solidarity against hate speech, writes Ryan Rodrick Beiler.

Development

The unwelcome return of development pornography

John Hilary on a degrading spectacle that keeps coming back.

Evicted by charity

The green imperialism of some conservation charities, by Sophie Pritchard.

Culture

An honest conversation with Earth

At a time when systems and values crumble before us, using language to help craft a new story could be crucial, writes Lucy Purdy.

Everywhere in chains

Investigative journalist Nick Davies on the myth of press freedom.

Environment

If you care about climate change, should you have children?

Professor Anne Hendrixson and journalist Erica Gies go head to head.

Desertec: the renewable energy grab?

Desert solar plants planned for North Africa are just another exploitative resource grab, argues Hamza Hamouchene.

Food

PHOTO ESSAY: Mali’s road to recovery

During war, markets help people survive. Irina Mosel captures life in the vibrant markets of Mali.

Fill bellies, not bins

Lydia James uncovers some novel ways to divert food from landfill.

Health

Making Waves: Catherine Hamlin

Sofi Lundin meets Catherine Hamlin, Nobel Peace Prize nominee and doctor extraordinaire.

Evergreening and how Big Pharma keeps drug prices high

Drug companies keep a tight leash on patenting, depriving tax-payers of millions each year. Deborah Gleeson and Hazel Moir explore the issue.

Politics

Desertec: the renewable energy grab?

Desert solar plants planned for North Africa are just another exploitative resource grab, argues Hamza Hamouchene.

Egypt, defeated

Four years after Tahrir Square, repression and brutal enforcement are still the norm, writes Chalaine Chang.

Regions

Desertec: the renewable energy grab?

Desert solar plants planned for North Africa are just another exploitative resource grab, argues Hamza Hamouchene.

Kurdish boys killed as tensions rise in Cizre

Sophie Cousins reports on the Turkish town that ‘could be the next Kobane’.

Science

‘Thinking loudly’: blogging for Yemen

Human rights advocate Afrah Nasser talks to Lydia James about revolution, censorship and the importance of Vitamin D.

A Declaration of the Independence of Cyberspace

John Perry Barlow’s visionary 1996 statement.

Society

Whose renewable future?

Is big business poised to capture the renewables revolution? Danny Chivers draws up the battle lines.

Kurdish boys killed as tensions rise in Cizre

Sophie Cousins reports on the Turkish town that ‘could be the next Kobane’.

Spirituality

The rise of religious identities and the Charlie Hebdo attack​

Akil N. Awan looks at the religion behind the motivations for the shocking attack in Paris.

Iraq’s displaced forced to flee militant group for a second time

Matthew Vickery and Sheren Khalel report on a desperate situation for the country’s refugees.

War and Peace

Kurdish boys killed as tensions rise in Cizre

Sophie Cousins reports on the Turkish town that ‘could be the next Kobane’.

The rise of religious identities and the Charlie Hebdo attack​

Akil N. Awan looks at the religion behind the motivations for the shocking attack in Paris.

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