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From Russia, with blood: the impact of coal exports to Britain

The environmental and human costs are high, writes Vladimir Slivyak

Filed in: Climate Change Energy Indigenous Peoples Mining Russia

Here and no further, mass action against coal

This photo and video gallery surveys just some of the civil disobedience that recently took place in Germany.

Filed in: Germany Pollution

What is Antofagasta hiding from its investors?

Do the mining company’s shareholders know about the risks to their investments? Steffen Böhm and Rajiv Maher ask.

Filed in: Chile Mining

The duty to care for our common home

Femke Wijdekop makes the case for Ecocide to become a crime under international law.

Filed in: Climate Change Environment Politics

One gas leak too many

Can we end fracking now? asks Mark Engler.

Filed in: Energy United States

The energy fix

What will it take to get electricity to Africa’s rural poor? Ruth Nyambura explores.

Filed in: Africa Energy Poverty

Ethiopia drought: on the edge of a crisis

Up to 10 million people are currently facing famine, reports Nicola Kelly.

Filed in: Drought Ethiopia Hunger

2016: The Year of the Fashion Revolution

What did this year’s Fashion Revolution movement teach us? And what can the next generation do to change the current state of fast-fashion?

Filed in: Art Recycling Sustainability

One woman’s victory against a mining giant in Peru

Máxima Acuña has just won the Goldman Prize for her resistance against a gold mine – but why are women’s bodies on the frontlines of resistance to extractivism? asks Sian Cowman.

Filed in: Environment Mining Pollution Women

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

Artful dodging

Five reasons not to buy BP’s story about the end of its sponsorship deals.

Filed in: Art Corporations Oil

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