For activists committed to building a more democratic, open, and sustainable world, one question looms larger than all others: How do we create social change?
The world’s soils could be a key ally in the fight to limit global warming to 2℃, thanks to their ability to store carbon and keep greenhouse gases out of the atmosphere.
It was a magical moment, which in spite of the Paris police's ban on "outdoor activities", showed the creativity, positivity and comradeship that coming together can generate.
My wish is for my baby son to live in a fairer world and for our stories to change leaders’ damaging decisions long after I’m no longer walking through the Paris streets and have returned home.
On Monday 30th November, the 21st annual Conference of Parties – that grand international climate conference where world leaders gather to debate how best to kick the can that bit further down the road kicked off.
Chris asks five questions for experts about the exodus of small-scale farmers from the countryside to the cities.
Mark Lewis, Former senior analyst for energy, climate, and sustainability research, Kepler Cheuvreux; former head of energy commodities research, Deutsche Bank.
The murder of 129 people in the streets of Paris on Friday, November 13, has only trained hearts and minds more on this ground zero in the interlaced struggles for peace on Earth with justice.
But utilities from Spain to China are increasingly relying on pumped storage hydroelectricity – first used in the 1890s – to overcome the intermittent nature of wind and solar power.
Far from peaceful co-existence, modern industrial farming is the prime cause of our wildlife’s decline – as demonstrated not just in Britain but the world over.
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The French government’s attempts to crack down on climate protesters have only made their voices louder
There is now one grand narrative which ties us all together, whether we want to be connected or not, whether we are preoccupied with our personal, community or national narratives or not. That is the narrative of our changing climate and the resulting threat to the continuity of our world …
A roundup of news, views and ideas from the main stream press and the blogosphere including: Global debt defaults near milestone | If ‘Life Must Go On,’ Say Groups, France Must Lift Ban on Climate Protests |The Idea of a Local Economy...
A midweek roundup. There has been a lot of news to move the oil markets in the last few days.
Phillips would have you believe that Transition/Degrowth/anti-consumerism thinking has taken over the world, that he is alone in holding out against this tide of babbling unreason.
As I step out on the porch before sunrise Thanksgiving morning, the air will smell of smoke from a dozen farmhouses in our valley.
Some of us prefer sun and wind and depth and color to the play of shadows on the walls of the cave.
What does it look like when Transition meets the 15M movement in the context of a mountain village in the centre of Spain?
The World Meteorological Organisation (WMO) announced today that 2015 is likely to top the charts as the hottest year in modern observations, with 2011-15 the hottest five-year period on record.