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It is illegal to set fire to someone’s house, Sara Shaw and Freek Bersch write.

Violeta Santos Moura reports from Poland, where reliance on coal kills some 45,000 people each year.

A drinking water vendor sets off, looking for customers in Jakarta’s poorest neighbourhoods. Photo: Solo Imaji/Barcroft Media via Getty

A civil society lawsuit has ended the city's water sell-off. But the fight isn't over. Febriana...

What do republican activists make of this royal wedding? Darren Loucaides finds out.

The Bonn Climate Change Conference shows how top down processes will not bring about just solutions for the majority world...

Philip Miriori stands over the gaping wound that is Panguna Mine.

Ian Neubauer reports from Bougainville, where rebels chased away a mining company 30 years ago. Now the company is...

Residents from a coastal village in the Gambia are suing a Chinese-owned fishmeal plant accused of pollution, writes...

Liz McDaid and Makoma Lekalakaka in front of the country’s only nuclear power station – Koeberg.

Makoma Lekalakala and Liz McDaid won the Goldman Environmental Prize for stopping a secret nuclear deal...

The French government has abandoned plans to build a controversial airport – but is still evicting the ZAD...

A large-scale dam in the Amazon is leading to dangerously high levels of mercury in indigenous communities...

Alfred Kelfala, part of the roving Freetown Ebola burial team, puts on a safety suit before burying a corpse, 2015.

How humanity may have triggered Ebola outbreaks. By Katie McQue.

Promised plantation jobs, five years later these Mozambicans are still waiting, discovers Nils Adler....

Lebanon’s waste is literally spilling beyond its shores. Daniel Hilton reports.

Edinburgh university fossil fuel divestment

Edinburgh student Ruby Kelman on why the university’s divestment victory matters.

Gina Lopez

The fiery Filipino environmentalist talks to Veronique Mistiaen.

Bertha Zúñiga Cáceres

Bertha Zúñiga Cáceres talks about her mother’s example and how ancestors accompany our struggles.

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