New Internationalist

Environment

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A worldwide water revolution starts in Guatemala

Clean water for millions – thanks to a man called Fernando. Anna Bevan reports.

Filed in: Guatemala Health Water

PODCAST: Big biomass

The ‘renewable’ energy more harmful than coal. Phil England hosts this month’s episode of Climate Radio.

Filed in: Climate Change

Don’t trust your Stone Age brain: it’s unsustainable

Helen Camakaris explains why our own thought processes are hindering attempts to save the planet.

Filed in: Science Sustainability

Reclaim The Power revs up in West Sussex

Jamie Kelsey-Fry on why supporting the upcoming camp at Balcombe can make or break the rush for unconventional energy.

Filed in: Energy England Environment

Reclaim the Power: time to kick some corporate gas

Coal is over and the fight for power in the public interest is happening now, says Danielle Paffard, so come and join in.

Filed in: Activism Energy England Sustainability

The Church of Stop Shopping: coming to a bank near you

As he tours Britain with his message of radical change, now is the chance to catch Reverend Billy, says Jamie Kelsey-Fry.

Filed in: Activism Climate Change Politics United Kingdom

Another energy future is possible

We can stop runaway climate change. A new website launched by the UK Tar Sands Network shows you how.

Filed in: Climate Change Sustainability

Bats: not just pests

As the British parliament debates the damage bats cause in churches, Dawn Starin argues that it’s time to revise the ‘creepy’ animal’s reputation – before it’s too late.

Filed in: Animals Conservation

PODCAST: No Dash for Fracking Gas

Climate Radio looks at the battle for Britain’s energy future: the government and energy lobby vs. campaigners and official climate advisers.

Filed in: Activism Climate Change Energy Environment Poverty Society United Kingdom

Europe gets its first ‘Tar-Free City’

Oxford takes a lead from communities in the US by rejecting oil from Canada’s destructive tar sands project.

Filed in: Canada Energy Environment First Nations Reservations (Canada) Oil Politics United Kingdom United States

Fracked-off farmers unite with activists

The endorsement of the agricultural lobby could provoke a mass movement against fracking in Ireland and Northern Ireland, writes Adam McGibbon.

Filed in: Activism Agriculture Environment Ireland Northern Ireland Politics

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