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The Left should embrace degrowth

Giorgos Kallis explains why we should all be living ‘the degrowth way’.

Filed in: Economics Political Theory Politics Sustainability

Sounding the TTIP alarm across the European Union

Canada is the most sued country in the ‘developed’ world, and that should be cause for grave concern, argues Maude Barlow.

Filed in: Economics Europe European Union United Kingdom

What's on the table at Paris?

Is a ‘good climate deal’ possible at Paris? Danny Chivers and Jess Worth ask: what’s the best we can hope for?

Filed in: Climate Change Politics Sustainability

A story of waiting

As Western Sahara marks 40 years of occupation, Dominik Sipiński listens to refugees tired of broken promises and dreams.

Filed in: Activism Morocco Western Sahara

China's climate transition

Is the world’s most populous country a climate villain or an environmental leader? Sam Geall investigates.

Filed in: China Climate Change Politics Pollution

Views from inside the climate talks

Activist experiences of previous UN climate talks, from New Internationalist’s November magazine.

Filed in: Activism Climate Change Politics

Forget Paris?

While politicians drag their feet at climate summits, Jess Worth and Danny Chivers find hope in unexpected places.

Filed in: Climate Change France Politics Sustainability

'The real power is below'

Campaigners, unionists and organizers discuss Paris, and beyond, from New Internationalist’s November magazine.

Filed in: Activism Climate Change

A rebel's guide to Paris

Want to cause trouble for the polluters and procrastinators? From the November New Internationalist magazine, here are top tips for the discerning summit-crasher.

Filed in: Activism Climate Change

Country profile: El Salvador

Louisa Reynolds on a country of great inequality still struggling with a legacy of civil war.

Filed in: El Salvador Politics Society

A Nobel for economic measurement

There are limits to what measuring poverty can do, argues Maggie Black.

Filed in: Poverty

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