Issue 438 of New Internationalist
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What would a zero-carbon world look like? And how can we get there? In the run-up to the crucial Cancún climate talks, in the wake of ever-increasing evidence that global warming is starting to bite, and in the face of a worrying increase in public denial that the crisis is even happening, this question has never been more pressing.
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Voters face a Hobson's choice.
Water contamination causes further tragedy for survivors.
Press crackdown in South Africa
South African protest
Moving on up: the big money takeover of America
Moving on up - the big money takeover of America
Thanks to Barack Obama and a piece of mobile technology, Kenya's reputation is now based on more than just safari parks, as...
Fairer than fair
Just Change India is a tea trade initiative that rights economic wrongs.
Jesse Jackson on regrets, rejoicing and racism
The Baptist minister and US civil rights activist talks to Rowenna Davis about regrets, rejoicing and racism.
Interview with John Pilger
Why do so many journalists beat the drums of war and peddle propaganda?
The Secular Outlook: In Defense of Moral and Political Secularism
A review of the book by Paul Cliteur
Where is the real cinema?
Malcolm Lewis finds quality beyond Disney and exotic settings...
Indonesia’s Abu Ghraib
West Papuan freedom struggle gathers momentum.
Should nation-states open their borders to refugees and migrants?
Two experts debate immigration, then our readers weigh in with their comments