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Are nomads a climate-change weathervane?

Fear and fascination govern how urban types see nomads, writes Tom Hart.

Filed in: Cities Climate Change Drought Environment

Crisis and the politics of neglect

Disasters and emergencies are brutal in their exposure of who matters and who doesn’t, argues Rich Mallett.

Filed in: Disasters Politics Society

Where climate change and the church come together

Faith, justice and the arts collide at the annual Greenbelt festival, as Joe Ware discovers.

Filed in: Activism Climate Change Religion

Half-baked and out of time

How do we escape our evolutionary shortcomings to avoid climate catastrophe? asks Helen Camakaris..

Filed in: Climate Change Science

Heathrow expansion? Plane stupid

Melanie Strickland comments on the future of aviation, climate change and the necessity of direct action.

Filed in: Climate Change Social Change Transport

The people have the power

An anti-mining action in the Rhineland coalfields brings hopes for climate change activism. Catherine Nadel reports.

Filed in: Climate Change Germany Mining

Marikana mining massacre: three years on, justice still denied

Tom Lebert looks on as the South African government is exonerated despite failings.

Filed in: Mining South Africa Work

Pakistan’s floods come in waves

The overflowing Indus River is making people’s lives dangerous, difficult and uncertain, writes Neill Garvie.

Filed in: Disasters Environment Pakistan Rivers Water

Global protests oppose Vedanta mining company

Protestors used the company’s annual meeting to highlight human and environmental abuses, write Samarendra Das and Miriam Rose.

Filed in: Africa Environment India Mining Pollution Waste

‘Paris Pledge’ pushes for coal-industry retirement

Getting the banking sector out of coal can boost ambition at Paris climate summit, says Catalina von Hildebrand.

Filed in: Climate Change Energy Environment Mining Pollution

Fracking goes on trial

News of the Permanent Peoples’ Tribunal is an important step toward truth, argues Julie Wassmer.

Filed in: Environment Pollution Population Power

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