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‘Chris Packham: Is it Time to Break the Law?’ is available to watch and stream on Channel 4 at 9.00pm BST on Wednesday 20 September. ROB PARFITT

As he releases the documentary ‘Is It Time To Break The Law?’, activist and presenter Chris Packham talks to Graeme...

During a protest in Washington DC a man stands holding a megaphone, wearing a red coat and a yellow placard that reads: 'Debt is a tool of colonialism'. Behind him other protesters how a large banner. The word 'Event' has been added to the top left of the photo.

Join us on Monday 25 September to discuss the growing demands for debt cancellation, and climate reparations alongside...

Women, walking with what possesions they can carry, arrive in a steady trickle at an IDP camp erected next to an AMISOM military base near the town of Jowhar, Somalia, on November 12. Heavy rains in Somalia, coupled with recent disputes between clans, has resulted in over four thousand IDPs seeking shelter at an AMISOM military base near the town of Jowhar, with more arriving daily. AU UN IST Photo / Tobin Jones

Naomi Fowler of the Tax Justice Network investigates how wealthy elites and transnational companies benefit...

Panoramic photograph of smokes billowing from New York City buildings. MATTEO CATANESE/UNSPLASH

A new report shows the dramatic rise in cash earnings of shareholders in Britain’s big oil since the Paris Agreement.

A vehicle recharging point at a motorway service station in Derbyshire, England. TRANSPORTIMAGE PICTURE LIBRARY/ALAMY

Should we believe the hype about electric cars? Danny Chivers assesses the state of play.

Large placard with '15 months in prision for a peaceful protest? "Seriously Australia?" #FreeVioletCoco ' written on it and a photo of Deanna Maree “Violet” Coco. Two people are in the background but you can only see the lower parts of their bodies.

Governments are pushing back against climate activism with violence, anti-protest laws and prison sentences. But we can resist...

A study of 10,000 young people across 10 countries found 45 per cent said climate change ‘negatively affected their daily life and functioning’. The  impact was significantly higher in the four Global  South countries surveyed: Brazil, Nigeria, the Philippines and India. MEDIA LENS KING/SHUTTERSTOCK

We don’t just need solutions – we need the courage to imagine they will succeed. Conrad Landin makes the case...

Satellite view of Lake Mead, US, taken on 19 July 2022 during a drought. It shows how little water there is and dry ground around it.

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It’s naive to assume that rich countries will escape the impacts of a changing climate, argues Nanjala Nyabola...

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The world is turning grey as more and more concrete is poured. Vanessa Baird posits an alternative.

In South Africa, activists are challenging Shell’s drilling plans along the country’s eastern coastline. MIKE HUTCHINGS/REUTERS/ALAMY STOCK PHOTO

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What will be the definitive climate struggles of 2022? Danny Chivers shares global activists’ to do list....

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Moushumi Basu reports from Assam, India, on the people turning to traditional ‘home grown’ strategies to...

Indigenous people chant as they attend the Fridays for Future march during the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26), in Glasgow, Scotland, Britain, November 5, 2021. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez

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Stefan Simanowitz meets with the indigenous activists who feel they have been snubbed by the Glasgow...

Credit: Pascal Maitre/Panos Between Lokutu & Lukumete, rainforest grows beside the River Congo, dwarving a pirogue sailing near the bank.

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The recent anti-deforestation pledge at the UN climate talks is a welcome announcement, but to protect the ‘lungs of Africa...

Extinction Rebelion activists stand in front of police officers as they protest during the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) in Glasgow, Scotland, Britain, November 3, 2021 REUTERS/Hannah McKay

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Nick Dowson weighs up the prospects for success at the COP26.

Campaigners congregate in La Pago, West Papua in support of the Green State vision.  Credit: Free West Papua Campaign

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Research shows that when indigenous people have proper control of forests, biodiversity is much better protected. Danny...

No fear of heights: two engineers check out the  drill shaft on an oil platform in the North Sea. HORIZON INTERNATIONAL IMAGES LIMITED/ALAMY

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As the UN climate talks commence – where talk of a green and just transition for workers is on the agenda – Conrad...


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