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Podcast: Danny Chivers on greenwashing and Rio+20

An interview with Danny Chivers on how corporations are greenwashing themselves and attempting to hijack the Rio+20 UN conference.

Filed in: Climate Change Corporations

Climate change first hand

Mari Marcel Thekaekara on her experience of the world’s crazy weather.

Filed in: Climate Change India

Bangladesh: the great climate exodus

Families are slowly melting away from the Bay of Bengal coastline as habitats degrade. Hazel Healy speaks to new arrivals on the edge of destitution in Dhaka.

Filed in: Bangladesh Cities Climate Change Land Poverty

Frackers given the go ahead

Environmental activists are furious as a report published this week gives the green light for energy companies to drill for gas across the UK.

Filed in: Climate Change Pollution United Kingdom

Ready or not: can Bangladesh cope with climate change?

New Internationalist co-editor Hazel Healy travelled there to find out how people are adapting to a warming world.

Filed in: Bangladesh Climate Change Land Water World Bank

Climate-proofing projects: a map

From air-conditioned bus stops in Dubai to painting Peruvian hill tops: a graphic guide to humankind’s steps to adapt to global warming.

Filed in: Climate Change

The Arctic will burn

Predicting the effects of global warming is never easy, says Zoe Cormier. But the signs are not good. 

Filed in: Climate Change

Video: Scrap the carbon credits scheme!

EU ministers must follow the UN and abolish this flawed initiative.

Filed in: Climate Change Environment

We messed up, but you can still save the planet

A message to the younger generation, in the wake of COP17 in Durban, from Paul Downton, who has been monitoring climate change for more than 30 years.

Filed in: Climate Change Environment

Durban became a procrastinators’ paradise

In his final missive from COP17 climate talks, Nnimmo Bassey lays into a polluters’ deal that spells catastrophe for the world’s poorest.

Filed in: Climate Change

‘There is no planet B’

Hope for a binding treaty starts to evaporate in Durban as politicians look to a deal that will cook the continent, says Nnimmo Bassey.

Filed in: Activism Climate Change South Africa

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