New Internationalist

Environment

Page 9 of 10

‘They turned our mountains into cooking pots’

Communities bear witness to damages inflicted by mining giants and target annual meetings in London.

Filed in: Activism Colombia Mining Mongolia West Papua

This is Haiti – for better or worse

As Sokari Ekine prepares to leave the island, she reflects on her experience, and Haiti’s likely future.

Filed in: Haiti Transport

Taking DRAXtic action on biomass

Oliver Munnion from Biofuelwatch explains why the group is holding a protest at the Drax AGM against the company’s coal conversions.

Filed in: Activism Climate Change Energy Environment United Kingdom

Keep tar sands out of Europe!

As John Kerry met the G8 in London, activists demanded he says no to dirty oil. Tara Clarke was one of them.

Filed in: Canada Climate Change Environment First Nations Reservations (Canada) Oil United Kingdom United States

Bringing Colombian coal mining back home to London

Miriam Ross speaks to campaigner Tatiana Roa Avendaño about the Cerrejón mine, displacing people and destroying forest in her home country.

Filed in: Activism Colombia Environment Forests Indigenous Peoples Mining United Kingdom

Rio Tinto and the Oyu Tolgoi mine

Richard Harkinson and Richard Solly from London Mining Network on the project threatening the rights of indigenous people in Mongolia.

Filed in: Indigenous Peoples Mining Mongolia

Fighting for the right to survive

Kay Haw asks for your voice in the campaign to make ecocide a crime in Europe.

Filed in: Environment Europe

The water crisis at home

The people of Bangalore need to be active in finding local solutions to preserve a vital resource, writes Mari Marcel Thekaekara.

Filed in: Environment India Society Water

PODCAST: Dirty oil

Taking action against tar sands in North America and the EU and why Obama must say not to the Keystone XL pipeline.

Filed in: Activism Canada Climate Change Europe European Union First Nations Reservations (Canada) Oil United States

We need to talk about faeces

As part of World Water Day on 22 March 2013, Sokari Ekine writes on the clean water and sanitation crisis facing Haiti.

Filed in: Haiti Health Water

The West’s hypocrisy on whaling

An individual mammal’s moral worth has nothing to do with whether or not its species is endangered, writes Chris Grezo.

Filed in: Animals Conservation

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