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Information gap

The Freedom of Information Bill in Sierra Leone continues to be stalled.…

  • Fri Jul 8 08:20:00 2016
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Offsets get a code of conned-uct

The British Government's introduction of a 'Code of Conduct' for thevoluntary carbon offset industry has been met with gaping yawns fromenvironmentalists. Most greens have come to the conclusion that carbonoffsets offer little in the way of effective climate solutions and canactually exacerbate the climate crisis by delaying the inevitableparadigm shift that takes us away from the fossil fuel economy.…

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Cool Change 2 -- Democracy meets the market

Adjusting to climate change means many changes: cutting back on oil and consumption; getting the globe to agree on a direction that will benefit everyone and adopting a creed other than greed. .…

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The perils of writing a history of the world

When I first embarked on writing a brief history of the world, my colleagues at the New Internationalist thought I was mad, says Chris Brazier. .…

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An important victory against water privatization in South Africa

Some great news coming out of Johannesburg in the battle against water privatization. A High Court Judge has ruled the city's controversial usage ofprepayment water meters unconstitutional. This is a tremendous victoryfor those fighting water privatization in South Africa, andparticularly for residents of townships such as Soweto where the use ofprepayment meters has restricted people's access to water drastically.…

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Rax Introduction by Jamie Kelsey-Fry

An Introduction to the Rax Active Citizenship Toolkit textbook for secondary schools by the author Jamie Kelsey-Fry. Illustrations and graphic design by Anita Dhillon..…

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Also worth reading on Aid

Also worth reading on Aid…

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Secret hearings will undermine open justice in Britain

The government’s closed court plans are flawed and unfair, warns Simon Crowther.…

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Even a stopped clock is right twice a day

Independent Living carries a legacy worth defending, argues Andy Greene.…

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When cartooning is a crime

Malaysian political cartoonist Zunar explains why he faces 43 years’ imprisonment simply for doing his job.…

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