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Climate criminal Canada sets its sights on Europe

6th round of Canada-EU trade negotiations, Brussels: 16-21 January

Filed in: Canada Climate Change Oil

Back to the future

What will it be like to live in a zero carbon world? George Marshall encourages us to look to the past to find out.

Filed in: Climate Change

Climate wars in Kenya’s nomadic communities

Conflicts between nomadic communities over water shortages increase

Filed in: Climate Change Kenya

System change, not climate change

Jess Worth looks at how activists in Britain are broadening the climate change debate.

Filed in: Climate Change Economics

Summit different: report from Cochabamba

After Copenhagen’s dismal failure, social movements from all over the world gathered in Bolivia – here’s what happened.

Filed in: Bolivia Climate Change

Hands off our mother!

Unproven scientific ‘fixes’ for global warming are a major threat to the planet

Filed in: Climate Change

Taking on Tarmageddon

The international campaign to shut down the tar sands is shaping up to be an iconic battle, reports Jess Worth.

Filed in: Canada Climate Change First Nations Reservations (Canada) Oil

New Internationalist @ Copenhagen

The Copenhagen climate talks are upon us, and the New Internationalist is there, reporting on the drama, issues and personalities behind the headlines.

Filed in: Climate Change

Endgame in the Amazon

Is Ecuador’s bold proposal not to exploit a billion barrels of oil in the Yasuní National Park a serious option for combating climate change? If so, the world is going to have to move fast, warns Vanessa Baird.

Filed in: Climate Change Conservation Environment Mining Oil Sustainability

China Panic

It’s official – according to new NI columnist Anna Chen– 2008 isn’t just the Year of the Rat and the Beijing Olympics. It’s also China Panic Year.

Filed in: China Climate Change Globalization

Forest fever

It’s 2010. Brazilian activists Marcelo Calazans and Renata Valentim imagine what the future might look like if the carbon market continues to grow.

Filed in: Activism Brazil Climate Change Corporations Forests Indigenous Peoples Minorities

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