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‘We are slowly being killed by this mine’

The British-Australian mine of Cerro Matoso has been linked to birth defects, pollution, poverty and paramilitary pay-offs. Daniel Macmillen Voskoboynik investigates.

Filed in: Colombia Mining Pollution

Big Bad World

The latest Polyp cartoon, from October’s New Internationalist magazine.

Filed in: Animals Environment Oil Pollution

Climate Con: why a new global deal on aviation emissions is really bad news

A new climate deal is expected to be agreed upon soon by the International Civil Aviation Organization, is a cop-out, writes Oscar Reyes.

Filed in: Canada Climate Change Environment Pollution

Political organization, not light bulbs, key to climate fight says Bill McKibben

Fighting climate change requires organization rather than individual actions, founder of Bill McKibben told this year’s Greenbelt festival’s audience. Joe Ware reports.

Filed in: Climate Change Sustainability

Climate change and colonial history make a toxic combination

Without proper context, the new research can be mis-read to be against ethnic diversity, writes Alex Randall.

Filed in: Climate Change Refugees

It's heating up: 'Unions can play a vital role in the battle for climate justice'

Danny Chivers talks to Anabella Rosemberg of the International Trade Union Confederation about putting climate change on the labour movement’s agenda.

Filed in: Climate Change Trade Unions Work

Protect ocean ecosystems, not exploit them, is what the ISA must do

Risky commercial experiments put these mostly unexplored and fragile areas at risk, writes Payal Sampat.

Filed in: Mining Oceans Pollution

Global protests erupt against British mining company Vedanta

Critics are protesting the company’s reported practice of pollution, tax evasion and capital flight. Miriam Rose reports.

Filed in: Pollution

Post-Paris Climate Talks: implementation at any price

The voices that celebrated the Paris Agreement yesterday sound rather less confident today, writes Simon Fischer.

Filed in: Climate Change

A ray of light for communities in Serbia's coal heartland

A recent court ruling might pave the way to a long overdue reprieve for residents, reports Ioana Ciuta.

Filed in: Mining Serbia and Montenegro

'I will never give up my land'

Roxana Olivera talks to Goldman Environment Prize winner Máxima Acuña.

Filed in: Environment Indigenous Peoples Land Peru

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