Published in: ourEconomy: OpinionWest Papuan campaigners want a ‘green state’. Could it help the planet?
OPINION: Independence activists want to combine the best parts of liberal democracy with indigenous traditions
Published in: Home: OpinionDoes Sunak’s COP27 U-turn mean a Tory change of heart on climate crisis?
OPINION: To alter Tory climate policy, Sunak would first have to battle the neoliberal economic worldview
Published in: HomeThe town wolf and the country wolf
How the wolf became a symbol of anti-urban sentiment in Norway, representing a broader denial of ecological and...
Has conference season changed anything?
Last week, UK party conference season finished. This week, leading figures from various perspectives will tell us...
The hypocrisy of the badger cull
The badger cull seeks the reduction of tuberculosis in our farmers' livestock, but are badgers the real cause of...
Is fracking all we have to worry about?
As protests against fracking rage on, are protesters ignoring a much greater industrial threat to the British countryside?
Published in: TransformationElemental Dr Watson?
Michael Edwards explores a new documentary about three people who are confronting environmental degradation in a...
Published in: HomeOffshore oil drilling in the EU: environmental policies corroded by lobbying
The EU Parliament’s industry committee missed an opportunity today to make offshore oil drilling more safe and responsible