New Internationalist

Environment

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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

Guatemalan living in darkness to bring light to others

Juan Rodriguez wants to raise $50,000 to bring affordable light to the poor. Anna Bevan explains.

Filed in: Energy Guatemala Poverty

PODCAST: Protecting the Arctic

Phil England hosts the latest Climate Radio episode on Shell’s suspended drilling, the British government and your pension.

Filed in: Arctic Arctic Climate Change Environment Oil

‘Concern for animal welfare is increasing in Africa’

Chris Grezo talks to a leading animal rights campaigner from Malawi.

Filed in: Animals Malawi

PODCAST: The canary in the climate coal mine

Phil England speaks to Cambridge University’s Professor Peter Wadhams and Professor Timothy Lenton, from the University of Exeter.

Filed in: Climate Change Science

Last camp standing at Combe Haven

A chronicle of resistance from Tom Druitt, who took to the trees to try and stop the Bexhill-Hastings Link Road.

Filed in: Activism Environment Pollution United Kingdom

Peruvian protesters face increased police brutality

Stephanie Boyd says new laws are a reminder that, in mining zones, foreign corporations get more protection than ordinary civilians.

Filed in: Activism Human Rights Indigenous Peoples Mining Peru

Haiti: we want homes, not handouts

It’s not surprising Haitians are angry, says Sokari Ekine.

Filed in: Development Disasters Haiti NGOs

London tar sands protest backs Idle No More

A First Nations activist will join the UK Tar Sands Network as they hand over a petition to the Canadian government.

Filed in: Activism Canada Environment First Nations Reservations (Canada) Human Rights Oil Pollution United Kingdom

Why I joined the second Battle of Hastings

Tom Druitt is one of the activists defending East Sussex’s Combe Valley, and Britain’s pollution levels, from a major road development.

Filed in: Activism Environment Pollution United Kingdom

‘Grow Heathrow’ could change housing law

A win for the community garden could see private landlords held to account under the European Convention of Human Rights. Michael Pooler reports.

Filed in: Environment Housing Human Rights Law United Kingdom

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