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Climate camp 2008: power politics, police brutality and pirates

A quick despatch from this year's camp for climate action. We're in abeautiful meadow in Kent, with just a few green fields between us andKingsnorth power station's belching chimneys. Energy giant E.…

  • Fri Jul 8 08:20:00 2016
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Taking the wind power back

Tales from the frontline of the Vestas wind-turbine factory occupation.…

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Invisible children – the ‘rescue’

In cities around the world people protested lastweekend against the plight of child soldiers in Uganda.…

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Blades of glory

Workers are occupying the UK's only wind turbine factory, on the Isle of Wight. They need our support.…

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Cool Change 3 -- Get energized

In both the North and the South, communities are converting to morelocally-based, sustainable lives. Lucia Ortiz – from Friends of theEarth in Brazil – reports on a cooperative of 6,000 families whoalready produce half of their energy without a bill in sight.…

  • Fri Jul 8 08:20:00 2016
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Personalizing Energy Consumption

Climate change is one of those big global issues that growsexponentiallyas you research more into the causes and solutions. Its easy to let it overwhelm and write it off as one of those 'too big for me' situations. But it need not be.…

  • Fri Jul 8 08:20:00 2016
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Batteries and warm eggs

Ihave now been on the barge for just a couple of months and am gettingto know it just a little bit better. My confidence is growing, probablyby more than it should - but then, I long ago gave up trying to matchmy confidence with any sense of reality, since both seem to operate ina chaotic system akin to the climate. .…

  • Fri Jul 8 08:20:00 2016
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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. Will we ever learn?.…

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Don’t cry for me, Patagonia

A new campaign highlights Argentina’s retrogressive energy policies.…

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