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Since the 1970s, the world’s human population has doubled to 7.7 billion.

Does obsession with population size miss the point? Mohan Rao and Sara Parkin weigh in on...

A demonstrator wearing a Guy Fawkes mask waves a Mapuche indigenous flag during a protest against Chile's government in Santiago, Chile October 31, 2019. REUTERS/Henry Romero

The relocation of the UN climate summit to Spain is a distraction from growing state repression.

As cities begin planning for coastal erosion, relocating residents has paved the way for land grabs, forced evictions and a...

Charlotte Greene* shares a powerful and personal account of 24-hours with Extinction Rebellion’s October...

Vanessa Baird dreams on. Or maybe not?

Jeremy Seabrook on the virulent nostalgias which obscure an essential conflict – how to reconcile the needs...

The global climate strike is a crucial mobilization against ecological breakdown. Adam Weymouth speaks to...

Climate breakdown is in the spotlight. Danny Chivers offers five ways to seize the moment.

Can this much lauded proposal help advance internationalist aims? Mark Engler argues that it could.

Yasmin Younis explains why she protested against a British Museum exhibition of her own people’s history....

In talks about trade, something vital is omitted: the environment.

French law forbids food waste by supermarkets ... France has become the first country in the world to ban supermarkets from throwing ... In December a bill on the issue passed through the national assembly, having been

By supermarkets, that is. Timothy Baster and Isabelle Merminod on the progress of a much-...

Dirty Work showcases the everyday lives of those making a living in the waste trade.

 

the packaging industry is not taking responsibility waste is not just an issue for the individual

Dinyar Godrej explains why the packaging industry loves shunting the blame on individual consumers

The Chinese waste ban is giving the global recycling industry an enormous headache. ... Beijing has last year banned the imports of 24 varieties of solid waste, including types of plastic and unsorted paper.

Adam Liebman explains why we need a less rosy notion of what actually happens to our recycling.

Nick Dowson highlights the issues up for debate, obstacles to negotiations and where all this leaves the...

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