Can fishers, coastguards and marine activists see off the thieves from powerful nations plundering the seas of West Africa? Aïda Grovestins reports.
Palm-oil corporations are threatening the rich rainforests Liberians depend on. Veronique Mistiaen hears from environmental lawyer Alfred Brownell, who’s doing all he can to safeguard them.
Economies in a tailspin will need a different vision to steady them, believes Dinyar Godrej.
Norwegian activists are challenging ‘white-saviour’ attitudes that over-simplify poverty writes Tom Lawson.
It might reverse the UN’s order of holiness, Vanessa Baird finds.
Four years ago, New Internationalist travelled to West Africa to hear the stories of communities in recovery from the deadly Ebola epidemic. Hazel Healy gets back in touch.
How did we get to the point where two African countries are trying to shut down our aid funded schools? Nick Dearden asks.
Carillion highlights how disastrous these can be – this policy must stop, argues Jenny Nelson.
Vanessa Baird examines the free-for-all consensus when it comes to the world’s oceans, and its implications for our future.
After decades of neglect, the mood is turning. Dinyar Godrej on the fightback against privatization.
The many dignitaries who attended the inauguration in January of Ellen Johnson Sirleaf as President…
issue 245 - July 1993
Silas Siakor and Jacinta Fay document the Jogbahn Clan’s struggles against agribusiness in Liberia.