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Philippine Yeb Saño is going to great lengths to get the world to focus ahead of the Paris climate negotiations, as ...

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Nithin Coca looks at the causes of an unfolding environmental and health catastrophe.

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Lisa Nandy’s vision of energy democracy isn’t idealism, argues Sakina Sheikh.

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Graciela Romero Vasquez decries the intersection of violence, money and state collusion in the mining...

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Beulah Devaney looks at the legal implications of a landmark case in the Netherlands.

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Chris Garrard decries the museum’s collusion with oil giant BP.

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Fear and fascination govern how urban types see nomads, writes Tom Hart.

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Disasters and emergencies are brutal in their exposure of who matters and who doesn’t, argues Rich Mallett....

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Faith, justice and the arts collide at the annual Greenbelt festival, as Joe Ware discovers.

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How do we escape our evolutionary shortcomings to avoid climate catastrophe? asks Helen Camakaris..

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Melanie Strickland comments on the future of aviation, climate change and the necessity of direct action.

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An anti-mining action in the Rhineland coalfields brings hopes for climate change activism. Catherine Nadel...

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How much mined material will we need to build a 100-per-cent renewable world? Danny Chivers works it out.

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Tom Lebert looks on as the South African government is exonerated despite failings.

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The overflowing Indus River is making people’s lives dangerous, difficult and uncertain, writes Neill Garvie...

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Protestors used the company’s annual meeting to highlight human and environmental abuses, write Samarendra Das...

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