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Climate Change: What’s Really Been Going On (And How We Can Solve It)

Why haven’t we solved climate change yet? Watch our latest video on the issue to hear what’s really been going on.

Filed in: Climate Change

Living with fracking

What’s it like to live next door to the fracking rigs? Six photographers spent two years in gas-rich Pennsylvania trying to find out. 

Filed in: Mining United States

Forget boundaries; what we need are bridges

We need to stop scapegoating refugees and start treating them like human beings, argues Siamak Nooraei.

Filed in: Climate Change Migration Politics

An honest conversation with Earth

At a time when systems and values crumble before us, using language to help craft a new story could be crucial, writes Lucy Purdy.

Filed in: Environment Language Language

Oil giant takes aim at indigenous groups in Peru

Thomas Mc Donagh on the unequal struggle between Amazonian communities and Spanish transnational Repsol.

Filed in: Energy Environment Indigenous Peoples Peru Sustainability

Shell still avoiding oil spill justice

Nigerian communities receive compensation, but Sarah Shoraka says it’s not enough.

Filed in: Nigeria Oil

Mexico’s ‘worst environmental disaster in modern times’

Jen Wilton investigates the murky waters of an August 2014 chemical spill which is still rocking the boat in Mexico.

Filed in: Environment Mexico

PHOTO ESSAY: After the tsunami

A series of images taken by Tim Hetherington a year after the disaster are now part of a multimedia exhibition.

Filed in: Disasters India Photography Sri Lanka

Why we need an agrarian renaissance

Co-founder Colin Tudge considers the importance of the Oxford Real Farming Conference.

Filed in: Agriculture England Food Sustainability

Why cheap oil is good news for the climate

Take heart, says Jess Worth: rock-bottom fuel prices won’t lead to fossil-fuelled development booms. 

Filed in: Climate Change Economics Oil

Grassroots climate resilience in dryland Africa

We must listen to and work with those most affected by climate change, says Philip Goodwin.

Filed in: Africa Agriculture Climate Change

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