Danny Chivers reports on how the people of Ecuador voted against the oil giants and for the Yasuní National Park.
Abdoulie Ceesay, Gambian representative to COP28, argues that the West must take climate action – not militarization.
Rebecca Jarman and Diana Salazar report on the stark similarities between two mining-related tragedies.
Activists meet this weekend to discuss a new internationalism for this century. Viyan Serhildan reports.
As New Internationalist celebrates its 50th anniversary, Vanessa Baird looks back over five decades of campaigning journalism and inspiration.
Ahead of a royal visit, communities violently evicted by colonial era settlers are calling for justice. Anthony Langat reports.
How far are states willing to go to spy on dissent? Bethany Rielly reports from Catalonia to find out.
To address climate change, Clemmie James argues that we must reckon with the environmental impact of the global drug trade.
The outspoken artist and architect speaks to Subi Shah about art, architecture and activism.
As he releases the documentary ‘Is It Time To Break The Law?’, activist and presenter Chris Packham talks to Graeme Green about activism and the ‘radical flank’ effect.
Brazil wants to be a beacon in the fight against global warming, Leonardo Sakamoto writes. Its powerful agribusiness lobby has a different view.
A new report shows the dramatic rise in cash earnings of shareholders in Britain’s big oil since the Paris Agreement.
Alice McCool imagines a world where countries are not left wearing the West’s cast-offs.
Tom Dale profiles one of the former hotspots of the 2011 Arab Spring, a nation now experiencing a counter-revolutionary moment.
Can you really put a price on nature? Anthony Langat reports on a controversial scheme seen as innovative and beneficial by some and carbon colonialism by others.
Should we believe the hype about electric cars? Danny Chivers assesses the state of play.
Ibtisaam Babikr profiles the wealthy Gulf state determined to rehabilitate its image.
One year after a court ruling, the Ogiek are still waiting for reparations. Amy Hall reports on a case that could change the lives of Indigenous people across the region.
The UK’s largest opencast coal mine has ‘illegally’ extracted 300,000 tonnes of coal after being ordered to close. Daniel Therkelsen of Coal Action Network reports on this shocking state of affairs.
The 19-year-old climate activist is making her voice heard across South Africa and beyond. She speaks with Uyapo Majahana about climate anxiety, life lessons and getting beyond tokenism.
Graeme Green reports on why this is a critical year to stop destructive deep-sea mining from taking hold of the world’s oceans.
Senegalese singer-songwriter Baaba Maal speaks to Graeme Green about music making a difference.