Avaaz is triumphant, but the Paris Agreement promotes the kind of policies that have failed us so far, write Marienna Pope-Weidemann and Samir Dathi.
Birgitta Jonsdottir, the Icelandic Pirate Party Parliamentarian, shares her impressions about her visit to France during the climate negotiations.
Global South struggles against climate change need to be placed at the heart of our campaigns, writes Samir Dathi.
The Sámi are the indigenous people of Northern Scandinavia and were in Paris with other indigenous to fight for climate justice. Ragnhild Freng Dale explains.
A pro-corporate spin underpins the euphemisms used in the climate negotiations, writes Jeremy Tager.
Climate justice is about protecting my family and where we come from, Joseph-Zane Sikulu explains.
No matter the outcome of COP21, London moves forward with campaign for local power, writes Adriana Swain.
There is a new climate for the struggle to keep the oil in the soil, writes Ivonne Yanez.
Marienna Pope-Weidemann reminds us that climate justice activists are the ones with their feet on the ground.
Following NGO attempts to silence communities of colour at the London climate march, Tisha Brown lays out some advice for building a truly inclusive climate movement.
A new publication from Carbon Trade Watch includes cutting-edge essays from international committed activists, researchers, scholars, feminists and thinkers.