Danny Chivers reports on the movements making links between international debt and the climate crisis in a bold and imaginative way.
Is it time we banned ads from greenwashing fossil fuel companies? Danny Chivers has some answers.
What will be the definitive climate struggles of 2022? Danny Chivers shares global activists’ to do list.
Danny Chivers digs into a major Indian farming project that pulls carbon from the air – and increases yields for farmers.
Research shows that when indigenous people have proper control of forests, biodiversity is much better protected. Danny Chivers speaks to Raki Ap about the case for supporting West Papuan statehood.
After years of campaigning, Big Oil has finally been barred from COP26. But other big polluters still need to be kicked out, writes Danny Chivers.
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.
Is there more to carbon offsetting than greenwash? Danny Chivers explores.
Want to restore and protect the world's forests? Then uphold the rights of the people who live in them, says Danny Chivers.
Danny Chivers weighs up the evidence on carbon-capture technologies and finds them wanting.
Danny Chivers reveals the deep flaws of ‘net-zero’ targets.
Danny Chivers is buoyed up by three decisive victories led by indigenous groups against fossil fuel interests in Australia, Brazil and Canada.
All is not lost. Danny Chivers offers four movement-building strategies for the years ahead.
Danny Chivers unpacks how the public purse continues to subsidize extractive industry.
Danny Chivers explains how those outside Latin America can act in solidarity with forest defenders.
Climate breakdown is in the spotlight. Danny Chivers offers five ways to seize the moment.
In order to avoid climate breakdown, over 80 per cent of known fossil-fuel reserves must stay in the ground. Danny Chivers has this round-up of social movements targeting mines, rigs, infrastructure and investment.
As opposition to fossil-fuel sponsorship grows, arts institutions funded by big oil are looking increasingly out of touch. Danny Chivers reports.
Danny Chivers reports on the key environmental struggles to keep track of in the coming year.
After 54 years of struggle under Indonesian rule, is freedom finally in sight for West Papua? Danny Chivers investigates.
There’s much to admire in the documentary but its political framing and a major error threaten to undermine its message, writes Danny Chivers.
The Paris Agreement is being hailed as a great success. But will it deliver climate justice? Danny Chivers and Jess Worth put it to the test.
Campaigners, unionists and organizers discuss Paris, and beyond, from New Internationalist's November magazine.
Ahead of the Rio +20 Earth Summit, Danny Chivers exposes the canny, crafty and plain deceitful claims of corporations co-opting 'sustainability'
From wood to algae, biofuels have been around for years. But they're not necessarily all they're cracked up to be. Danny Chivers has the low-down.
An interview with the author of our No-Nonsense Guide to Climate Change
How do you respond to people in climate denial? Danny Chivers offers a step-by-step guide to rebutting the most common arguments against climate change.
Wind power workers are blowing up a storm, discovers Danny Chivers.