Issue 413 of New Internationalist
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Ecuadorian leader Rafael Correa has said that his government is prepared not to extract oil from Yasuní National Park, a part of the Amazon rainforest - if Ecuador is compensated by the international community by at least $350 million per annum for the next 10 years.
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Big Bad World 413
Polyp takes the pen to G W Bush
Oz broadcaster goes the whole hog on eco guilt-tripping
Planet Slayer - how much do you suck?
Benito Mussolini (1883-1945)
A speechmark on fascism
Court in the act
Apartheid accomplices Coca-Cola, Barclays, BP et al are heading for court
A kick in the balls
New Zealand intelligence gathering or US & NATO spy satellite?
Timor-Leste’s landscape is still deeply scarred from the conflict that raged in 1999, after the Timorese population voted for...
Inside China’s prisons
It’s difficult to know for sure how many political prisoners there currently are in China, but it’s safe to say that there are...
‘Speak to us first!’
People from the Ecuadorian rainforest tell *Fabrício Guamán* what they think of their Government’s proposal to leave petroleum in...
As if _poetry_ mattered
Poems that confront human challenges – an international selection.
Indian Community Welfare Organization
on confronting HIV and AIDS in south India
To save Yasuní, the oil must stay in the ground.
Blue eyes in a Bangalore stone quarry captured by photographer *Selvaprakash L*.