This New Internationalist photo gallery presents events from frontline struggles against climate change during the Paris climate talks.
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Naomi Klein speaks with Frank Barat about the limits of the Paris climate talks.
An extraordinary gathering of frontline communities in Paris has been presenting evidence of crimes against nature. Nigerian poet and activist Nnimmo Bassey reports.
Today, hundreds protested against oil sponsorship at the Louvre and ten were arrested. Jess Worth was in the thick of the action.
Guadalupe Cortés talks to women in El Salvador who are tackling male violence in gang territories.
There is a diplomatic silence over carbon trading at COP21, but a Paris climate agreement could offer a lifeline to carbon ‘offsetting’ schemes, while new rules could help build a global carbon market, writes Oscar Reyes.
Young delegates inside the Paris climate summit were frustrated that the media were ignoring key issues. So yesterday, they took matters into their own hands, Morgan Curtis reports.
Paul Rogers looks at lessons not learnt and the dangers of expanding the war against IS.
In Greece, Harriet Paintin talks to Pakistani refugees about their dangerous journeys and their families back home.
People marching in France, Germany, South Africa and elsewhere on 29 November 2015, part of New Internationalist’s live coverage of the Paris climate talks.
Leading Filipino trade unionist Josua Mata tells Danny Chivers about their success in linking labour struggles with climate justice.