Wind power workers are blowing up a storm, discovers Danny Chivers.
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Chris Richards goes cold turkey in her umpteenth attempt to do without her car – and fumes about the structure of modern life that makes the task so hard.
Jess Worth talks about the NI magazine on the Arctic with Climate Radio.
Leah Williams recently visited a refugee camp in Lebanon, where she met Palestinians still waiting to return to a homeland many of them have never seen.
A military coup in Honduras puts Latin America’s fragile democracy in peril, reports Richard Swift.
This April, Barack Obama broke campaign promise #511, namely to explicitly acknowledge the Armenian genocide as US President. Mickey Z gets writer-activist David Boyajian’s take on the new President’s approach.
Police surveillance and intimidation of political activists is hitting new heights. Olly Zanetti dodges the long lenses to expose Big Brother’s latest attack on the right to protest.
Legitimate indigenous protests against Peru’s latest free trade agreements have led to bloodshed following the Government’s decision to send in the military. Ben Powless reports.
The largest solidarity movement between two peoples offers hope in Western Sahara, writes Paul Rigg.
Shopping causes all sorts of moral dilemmas when goods are labelled ‘West Bank’, bemoans Anna Chen.
Anna Chen wonders quite what the difference is between Right and Left.