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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

Why China should host the 2019 World Dog Show

After the recent Dog Meat Festival, animal lovers are up in arms about China’s next dog-related event. Beulah Devaney disagrees.

Filed in: Animals China

10 signs that climate change success is coming

A remarkable month for tackling global climate change is about to get even better, writes Joe Ware.

Filed in: Climate Change Environment Oil

Dirty games

Azerbaijan will be showing its friendly face this month as it hosts the European Games. But it’s what is going on behind the scenes that is important, argue Emma Hughes and James Marriott.

Filed in: Azerbaijan Oil Politics

What can Mad Max tell us about water scarcity?

Beulah Devaney finds an unexpected message in the Hollywood blockbuster. 

Filed in: Film United States Water

Is Africa’s ‘resource nationalism’ just big business as usual?

John Childs argues that the rhetoric is just a cover for a bias towards the interests of neo-liberal, foreign investment.

Filed in: Africa Congo, Democratic Republic of Oil

Eight ways to help stop human trafficking in Nepal

Women and children are even more vulnerable following the earthquakes, writes Beulah Devaney, so what can we do?

Filed in: Disasters NGOs Nepal

When life comes crashing down

The Nepal earthquake has devastated an already-poor nation. What next? asks Mari Marcel Thekaekara.  

Filed in: Development Disasters Nepal

You are what they eat?

Liz O’Neill decries British consumers’ lack of awareness of GM food, but says labelling is the answer.

Filed in: Agriculture Environment Food

Is the earth completely f**ked?

Not if we fire money and hire survival, argues New York performance activist Reverend Billy.

Filed in: Activism Corporations Environment

Corporate profit trumps common sense in Brazil

Anne Petermann on why newly approved GMO trees are bad news – and illegal.

Filed in: Brazil Environment Forests

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