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A student takes part in the September 2019 Global Climate Strike in Kolkata, India. SOPA IMAGES LIMITED/ALAMY

Green and just

How to finance a Green New Deal that is truly global? Fadhel Kaboub has a proposal that builds in colonial and climate reparations.

Latest issue: September-October 2020

Covid-19: Lessons from the pandemic

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US-Palestinian comedian Maysoon Zayid talks to Subi Shah about acting, politics, race and breaking out as a disabled performer.

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Green medicine: Yewande Omotoso’s apartment is slowly being taken over by plants, much to her delight.

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Nikki van der Gaag remembers the history of race and representation discussions in the development sector and asks, what has really changed?

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Carole Concha Bell speaks to defiant protesters who have been met with violence and intimidation ahead of Chile’s historic plebiscite to overturn Pincohet’s constitution.

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Nick Dowson explores options for monitoring people in the interest of public health while respecting their privacy.

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