New Internationalist

Sustainability

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Ending the oil age

Change is coming. Jess Worth examines whether growing pressure for divestment and disruption can knock Big Oil off its perch.

Filed in: Activism Energy Oil Sustainability

Can innovation alone create a sustainable future?

The work of students from the Royal College of Art suggests it may be possible, says Jamie Kelsey-Fry.

Filed in: Art Sustainability

Welcome to the Philippines, welcome to coal country

The power outages caused by Typhoon Rammasun highlight a precarious, and dirty, energy situation, says Iris Gonzales.

Filed in: Energy Philippines Sustainability

Britain’s next big environmental battle

Hannah Mowat reveals how developers are using offsetting to bypass environmental planning restrictions.

Filed in: England Environment Sustainability

Fill bellies, not bins

Lydia James uncovers some novel ways to divert food from landfill.

Filed in: England Environment Food Sustainability

The beginning of the end for the fossil-fuel spin machine

Jamie Kelsey-Fry on why the desperate measures being taken by the pro-fracking lobby will fail.

Filed in: Activism Energy England Environment Media Power Sustainability

PHOTO ESSAY: Remaking lives, one recycled item at a time

How a block of derelict garages became the hub of a south London community. Sylvia Rowley reports.

Filed in: Recycling Sustainability

Will fracking realign the world?

Pundits foresee an altered world order brought on by fracked gas and oil. Dinyar Godrej thinks the changes could play out quite differently.

Filed in: Energy Environment Politics Sustainability

PODCAST: Green solutions

In this month’s Climate Radio, Phil England and guests discuss the IPCC report, divestment and the global recession.

Filed in: Climate Change Economics Energy Sustainability

Fossil-fool Australia and the fight for earth rights

Kari McGregor is inspired by the recent Wild Law conference in Brisbane.

Filed in: Australia Environment Sustainability

Food should be used to fill people, not cars

MEPs ignore voters and the world’s poor in biofuels vote, as Lucy Hurn explains.

Filed in: Energy Environment Food Sustainability

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