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Danny Chivers

Danny Chivers is a climate change researcher, activist and performance poet. He is the author of the New Internationalist's The No-Nonsense Guide to Climate Change: The science, the solutions, the way forward.

Danny Chivers is known as @chiversdanny on Twitter

Articles by Danny Chivers

Artists and activists from BP or not BP? disrupt the BP Portrait Award in London, England, on 10 June 2019. MARK KERRISON/ALAMY
Danny Chivers shares some good news for the climate.
Global action: Activists in London demand that G7  leaders cancel the debt of the countries in the Global  South, on 26 June 2022.  VUK VALCIC/ALAMY
Danny Chivers reports on the movements making links between international debt and the climate crisis in a bold and imaginative...
Hundreds of billboards and bus stops – like this one in Brighton, England – have been hacked by activists across Europe as part of the call to #BanFossilAds and stop greenwashing. DESIGN: NOEL DOUGLAS/INSTALLATION: BRANDALISM
Is it time we banned ads from greenwashing fossil fuel companies? Danny Chivers has some answers.
In South Africa, activists are challenging Shell’s drilling plans along the country’s eastern coastline. MIKE HUTCHINGS/REUTERS/ALAMY STOCK PHOTO
What will be the definitive climate struggles of 2022? Danny Chivers shares global activists’ to do list.
Farmers in India have led the way restoring soils and boosting yields. JAKE LYELL/ALAMY
Danny Chivers digs into a major Indian farming project that pulls carbon from the air – and increases yields for farmers.
Campaigners congregate in La Pago, West Papua in support of the Green State vision.  Credit: Free West Papua Campaign
Research shows that when indigenous people have proper control of forests, biodiversity is much better protected. Danny Chivers...
 Ocean Rebellion activists dressed as Boris Johnson and ‘Oil head’ demonstrate on the River Clyde, opposite the Scottish Event Campus, where the COP26 will take place, in Glasgow, Scotland. Reuters/Russell Cheyne
After years of campaigning, Big Oil has finally been barred from COP26. But other big polluters still need to be kicked out,...
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
Danny Chivers offers up five useful things we can all do to secure meaningful action during the COP26 climate talks.
Fungus, fire and falling prices. Danny Chivers does a round-up of climate news.
Tree-planting overkill? There literally isn’t enough room on the planet to host all the corporate carbon offsetting plans. NIKOLA JOVANOVIC/UNSPLASH
Is there more to carbon offsetting than greenwash? Danny Chivers explores.
Fighting on all fronts. Samela, a 23-year-old activist from the Association of the Satere-Mawe Indigenous Women in Manaus, Amazonas in Brazil, co-ordinates the production of protective face masks.RAPHAEL ALVES/IMF/CREATIVE COMMONS
Want to restore and protect the world's forests? Then uphold the rights of the people who live in them, says Danny Chivers.
Not green, in fact: The Petra Nova CSS facility (pictured above) captured carbon from a coal plant in Texas, US... and used the CO2 to boost production at the West Ranch oil field, via a 130-kilometre pipeline. REUTERS/TRISH BADGER
Danny Chivers weighs up the evidence on carbon-capture technologies and finds them wanting.

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