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How we stop Big Oil

If you believed the greenwash you might think the world’s corporates were on the brink of the change needed to save our climate. Yet emissions are still rising, air pollution is still killing, and Big Oil is continuing to trample on communities as it pumps its deadly wares. Meanwhile our pain is CEOs’ gain as energy prices soar. What will it take to build a better energy system?

This magazine explores how we got here, the communities and campaigners at the sharp edge of the struggle, and how we can fight the industry to leave fossil fuels behind.

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Steve Chandra Savale speaks to Subi Shah about music for spiritual change and social justice.

Spotlight: Steve Chandra Savale of Asian Dub Foundation

Steve Chandra Savale speaks to Subi Shah about music for spiritual change and social justice.
Illustraion of a woman reading in the dark in a park

Letter from Buenos Aires: the big blackout

Being forced to go without electricity sparks thoughts about living differently for Virginia Tognola.
Hundreds of billboards and bus stops – like this one in Brighton, England – have been hacked by activists across Europe as part of the call to #BanFossilAds and stop greenwashing. DESIGN: NOEL DOUGLAS/INSTALLATION: BRANDALISM

Can we banish polluters from billboards?

Is it time we banned ads from greenwashing fossil fuel companies? Danny Chivers has some answers.

Hall of infamy: Joe Manchin

The US Republicans’ favourite democrat.

Agony uncle: ‘My friend thinks she is an ethical tax dodger’

Ethical and political dilemmas abound these days. Seems like we’re all in need of a New Internationalist perspective. Enter...

What if…we said ‘no’ to concrete?

The world is turning grey as more and more concrete is poured. Vanessa Baird posits an alternative.

War and the attention economy

Why do so many devastating wars quickly disappear from public consciousness? Nanjala Nyabola examines our attention.
Some Indian men are threatening a marriage strike for a most dubious reason. Nilanjana Bhowmick tells them to bring it on.

Bring on the marriage strike

Some Indian men are threatening a marriage strike for a most dubious reason. Nilanjana Bhowmick tells them to bring it on.

Racism’s deadly cycle

Leonardo Sakamoto on his country's lethal pattern of racism.

Slapped down

The rich and powerful are using ruinous lawsuits to target journalists and activists who hold them to account. Tina Burrett...
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The dragon and the bear on the roof of the world

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‘As long as the world keeps running, we’ll be here’

Branded as terrorists by President Erdoğan’s hardline regime, LGBTQI+ people in Turkey are finding ways to express themselves...

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