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Bangalored: death of a dream

Mari Marcel Thekaekara reflects on how Bangalore mutated from charming town to the city that never sleeps.

Filed in: Cities Cities India

Switching on to energy democracy

Popular participation, social ideals and ecological sustainability are key attributes of sustainable systems, Claire Fauset writes.

Filed in: Cities Climate Change Environment Germany Spain Sustainability United Kingdom

Why we should feel positive about Paris

Though the deal was a dud, this was no Copenhagen, argue Jess Worth and Danny Chivers.

Filed in: Cities Climate Change Conservation Environment France Indigenous Peoples Sustainability

COP21: From frontlines to redlines photo gallery

This New Internationalist photo gallery presents events from frontline struggles against climate change during the Paris climate talks.

Filed in: Cities Climate Change Environment France Sustainability

Climate justice means energy democracy

No matter the outcome of COP21, London moves forward with campaign for local power, writes Adriana Swain.

Filed in: Cities Climate Change Environment

Global Climate March: pictures from around the world

People marching in France, Germany, South Africa and elsewhere on 29 November 2015, part of New Internationalist’s live coverage of the Paris climate talks.

Filed in: Cities Environment Sustainability

To the (inflatable) barricades!

Hundreds of people from the climate justice movement have remained in Paris determined to defy the protest ban, Jamie Kelsey-Fry reports.

Filed in: Cities Climate Change Environment France Sustainability

Are nomads a climate-change weathervane?

Fear and fascination govern how urban types see nomads, writes Tom Hart.

Filed in: Cities Climate Change Drought Environment

Talking about a (concrete) revolution

City gardeners and construction developers may be strange bed-fellows – but it’s a promising union, writes Wayne Roberts.

Filed in: Cities Sustainability

Kibera's vertical farms

Slum dwellers are using urban agriculture as a buffer to market shocks, report Danielle Nierenberg and Jessie Chang.

Filed in: Agriculture Cities Kenya

Life

Egrets and tree frogs; migrant families and cityscapes: why the sixth and greatest extinction in the planet’s history is happening now.

Filed in: Animals Cities Cities Sustainability

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