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Internationalize it! A girl takes part in a global day of action on climate change in Khayelitsha township near Cape Town, South Africa in September 2020. SUMAYA HISHAM/REUTERS

Five useful things you can do during COP26

Danny Chivers offers up five useful things we can all do to secure meaningful action during the COP26 climate talks.

Latest issue: September-October 2021

Who gets to eat?

Blocked from education by the Taliban, Ritu Mahendru speaks to young women risking their safety to teach younger students.

Isobel Tarr of Coal Action Network speaks to activists at the forefront of the decades-long movement to end new opencast coal mining about how change was won.

Photo by Prashanth Pinha on Unsplash

Nilanjana Bhowmick on why women won’t linger awhile.

A man wears a suit and carries a large whole head mask of Boris Johnson. A police officer stands in front of him.

With the legitimacy UN climate conference under question, Eve Livingston speaks to the activists adamant that change will come from the grassroots.

Industrial agriculture is drying up the land in Almeria, Spain. Vitalie Duporge speaks to activists and small-scale farmers trying to avert local ecocide.

Southern governments are captive to the demands of international capital, which stops them from meeting people’s real needs. Modern monetary theory offers a path to true economic sovereignty, says Jason Hickel.

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