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PODCAST: The canary in the climate coal mine

Phil England speaks to Cambridge University’s Professor Peter Wadhams and Professor Timothy Lenton, from the University of Exeter.…

  • Fri Feb 8 06:32:00 2013
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Past occupations: What’s going on with Occupy in the US?

Tim Gee witnesses a move from symbolic action to grassroots solidarity work.…

  • Mon Jul 30 05:01:00 2012
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Diego Garcia's shameful history continues

In the week David Cameron meets his Mauritian counterpart to discuss the Chagos Islands,Virgil Hawkins sees suspicious motivations on both sides.…

  • Thu Jun 7 09:12:00 2012
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The Arctic will burn

Predicting the effects of global warming is never easy, says Zoe Cormier…

  • Wed Dec 21 07:33:00 2011
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There's no escaping racism in India

Prejudice against inter-state and foreign migrants is on the rise, writes Mari Marcel Thekaekara.…

  • Fri Jun 3 04:13:00 2011
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Switching off denial: a guide

How do you respond to people in climate denial? Danny Chivers offers a step-by-step guide to rebutting the most common arguments against climate change.…

  • Sun May 1 12:18:00 2011
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BP: is the party over?

20 April is the one-year anniversary of the BP oil disaster in the Gulf of Mexico, the largest environmental catastrophe in the US…

  • Mon Apr 18 04:19:00 2011
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Japan's tragedy: a wake-up call?

Mari Marcel Thekaekara says that a few centuries from now, if civilization as we know it still exists, history will judge us harshly…

  • Wed Mar 30 07:16:00 2011
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That petrol emotion: BP's 'cleanup' of the Gulf of Mexico

Adam Maanit peers beyond the smoke and mirrors at BPs clean up of the Gulf of Mexico…

  • Mon Nov 1 06:41:00 2010
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Dinyar Godrej

Dinyar Godrej has been associated with New Internationalist since 1989, but joined as an editor in 2000. His interest in human rights has led him to focus on subjects like world hunger, torture, landmines, present day slavery and healthcare. His belief in listening to people who seldom get a chance to represent themselves led to unorthodox editions on (and by) street children and people with disabilities from the Majority World.…

  • Thu May 19 15:56:51 2016
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