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The woman who saved a beach and sparked a movement

Alison Homewood meets the inspirational nonagenarian June Haimoff.

Filed in: Environment Turkey

Are we going to sit back and wait for the next mine waste disaster?

Following a recent tragedy in Brazil, Jennifer Krill wonders when environmental laws are going to be enforced.

Filed in: Brazil Disasters Environment Mining Rivers

‘The earthquake killed thousands but the blockade can kill millions'

The situation in Nepal is desperate, reports Emily Korstanje.

Filed in: Disasters Nepal

‘Indigenous people were silenced and erased’

An open letter from the Wretched of the Earth bloc to the organizers of the People’s Climate March of Justice and Jobs.

Filed in: Activism Climate Change Indigenous Peoples

‘We need social ownership and democratic control of energy’

Tabby Spence explores the role of trade unionists in the climate-justice movement.

Filed in: Climate Change Trade Unions Work

COP21 agreed to a climate-changed world

Recognition of global warming is one thing; taking genuine action is another, writes Nnimmo Bassey.

Filed in: Climate Change Environment Sustainability

COP21 and the invisible jungle of Calais

Cherri Foytlin meets refugees directly affected by climate change.

Filed in: Climate Change France Refugees

What’s hot and what’s not at Paris #COP21

Things and people that made us smile - and that raised our ire during the Paris climate talks.

Filed in: Activism Climate Change Environment

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

Avaaz greenwashes Paris climate agreement

Avaaz is triumphant, but the Paris Agreement promotes the kind of policies that have failed us so far, write Marienna Pope-Weidemann and Samir Dathi.

Filed in: Climate Change Environment Sustainability

At COP21, the people and future generations will be failed once again

The Paris Agreement shows how powerful nations have imposed their will at the climate negotiations, writes Clemente Bautista.

Filed in: Climate Change Environment Philippines Sustainability

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