Chris Grezo talks to a leading animal rights campaigner from Malawi.
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Phil England speaks to Cambridge University’s Professor Peter Wadhams and Professor Timothy Lenton, from the University of Exeter.
A chronicle of resistance from Tom Druitt, who took to the trees to try and stop the Bexhill-Hastings Link Road.
Stephanie Boyd says new laws are a reminder that, in mining zones, foreign corporations get more protection than ordinary civilians.
It’s not surprising Haitians are angry, says Sokari Ekine.
A First Nations activist will join the UK Tar Sands Network as they hand over a petition to the Canadian government.
Tom Druitt is one of the activists defending East Sussex’s Combe Valley, and Britain’s pollution levels, from a major road development.
A win for the community garden could see private landlords held to account under the European Convention of Human Rights. Michael Pooler reports.
The Public Eye Awards are back to highlight the companies with the worst record in human rights and the environment. Amy Hall explains why.
Mischa Wilmers meets the activists fighting against industrial pollution – and for their health and environment.
David Hill reports on the legal move to protect isolated indigenous peoples at risk of ‘extermination’ by the country’s biggest ever hydrocarbons project.
Anti-Muslim fervour is rife – yet is being ignored by the authorities, says Lewis Garland.
Mari Marcel Thekaekara congratulates the country’s Dalit community on finally winning legal protection against discrimination.
‘The Wicked Witch is dead’ but although he’s celebrating, Alan Hughes urges us to fight on against everything she stood for.
Argument: Is it time to ditch the pursuit of economic growth?
As Mother’s Day approaches in India, Mari Marcel Thekaekara reflects on how motherhood has changed along with the online communication boom.
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