Published in: Home: NewsNo evidence for Jacob Rees-Mogg’s fracking claims, government admits
The former energy secretary had claimed anti-fracking groups were funded by the Russian president
Protecting protest - fracking campaigners challenge Ineos' "anti-democratic" tactics
As people around the country take to the streets against inaction over the climate emergency, campaigners are...
We have the right to have that basic thing—it’s water
Water is life, and it belongs to all of us. It’s time to start acting that way.
A question of sovereignty, justice and dignity: the people vs. the government on fracking in Algeria
The call for national mobilisation to oppose shale-gas exploitation in Algeria has been a success. But despite...
Protests in Algeria intensify as shale-gas drilling continues
The ongoing anti-shale gas protests in southern Algeria look increasingly like a head-to-head confrontation between...
Shale gas in Algeria: anger mounts as the government lies by omission
Protests break out across Algeria against the shale drilling ambitions of the government and European multinationals.
No surrender: responding to the new breed of climate change in-activists
Waiting for death in the planetary hospice is not a convincing response to climate change: a response to Carolyn Baker.
Why the monster Grendel has no place in activism today
I was at the anti-fracking protest at Balcombe in the UK when another activist said austerity is "a beast bigger...
Naughty boy receives coal (at our expense)
The government is giving away the rights to up to a billion tonnes of coal to a company owned by an ex-Conservative...
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?