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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

Which way after Paris Agreement?

La Via Campesina’s agro-ecology and food sovereignty offers one possible path toward climate justice, writes Marienna Pope-Weidemann in part one of this two part series.

Filed in: Climate Change Conservation Environment Sustainability

Coal’s hidden ‘double whammy’

Millions of hectares of forest are threatened by coal mining, warns Saskia Ozinga.

Filed in: Climate Change Conservation Environment Forests Mining Sustainability

‘Recognizing our rights to live in our forests is part of the solution to climate change’

Justin Kenrick meets with Sengwer community’s Yator Kiptum and Milka Chepkorir about the meaning of climate justice.

Filed in: Climate Change Conservation Environment Forests Sustainability

The stuff problem

How much mined material will we need to build a 100-per-cent renewable world? Danny Chivers works it out.

Filed in: Climate Change Conservation Environment Mining Pollution Sustainability

EU ups its tropical forest-related aid

On the face of it, this is good news, says Saskia Ozinga – but only if local communities have a say in how the money is spent.

Filed in: Conservation Development Europe Forests

Why we should weep for the sparrow

The once-common bird is suffering in modern-day India, writes Mari Marcel Thekaekara. But efforts to save them are underway.

Filed in: Conservation India

Pink dye to save black rhinos

In South Africa, a new conservation project is attempting to put poachers off targeting rhinos for their horns. Gelareh Darabi reports.

Filed in: Conservation

Nicaragua’s Grand Canal: more questions than answers

Concerns are riding high about the adverse effect of the planned waterway on local communities and wildlife, reports Emily Schechter.

Filed in: Conservation Nicaragua Water

Cambodia’s anteater shines the spotlight on conservation

The scaly pangolin is inspiring communities to work together for its survival, reports Nidhi Dutt. 

Filed in: Animals Conservation Forests

Indigenous Kenyans evicted in the name of ‘conservation’

Matthew Newsome exposes a government scheme to rob the Sengwer people of their forest home.

Filed in: Conservation Forests Indigenous Peoples Kenya

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