New Internationalist

Environment

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Peddling pilgrims bike across Africa

Joe Ware on the cyclists crossing a continent that is bearing the brunt of climate change. 

Filed in: Africa Climate Change

Paris climate summit – let’s change the story

Help New Internationalist provide a platform for grassroots voices at the COP21 talks.

Filed in: Climate Change

Walking to the climate talks

Philippine Yeb Saño is going to great lengths to get the world to focus ahead of the Paris climate negotiations, as Iris Gonzales explains.

Filed in: Activism Climate Change Philippines

‘The earth in Indonesia is on fire’

Nithin Coca looks at the causes of an unfolding environmental and health catastrophe.

Filed in: Agriculture Corporations Disasters Environment Forests Indonesia

A just, sustainable and democratized energy is on its way

Lisa Nandy’s vision of energy democracy isn’t idealism, argues Sakina Sheikh.

Filed in: Climate Change Democracy Energy

Murder in Mindanao

Graciela Romero Vasquez decries the intersection of violence, money and state collusion in the mining industry.

Filed in: Mining Peru Philippines

Environmentalists 1, Dutch Government 0

Beulah Devaney looks at the legal implications of a landmark case in the Netherlands.

Filed in: Climate Change Law Netherlands Politics

How we are tackling climate change by taking over the British Museum

Chris Garrard decries the museum’s collusion with oil giant BP.

Filed in: Art Oil

Are nomads a climate-change weathervane?

Fear and fascination govern how urban types see nomads, writes Tom Hart.

Filed in: Cities Climate Change Drought Environment

Crisis and the politics of neglect

Disasters and emergencies are brutal in their exposure of who matters and who doesn’t, argues Rich Mallett.

Filed in: Disasters Politics Society

Where climate change and the church come together

Faith, justice and the arts collide at the annual Greenbelt festival, as Joe Ware discovers.

Filed in: Activism Climate Change Religion

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