A depression of trade ministers
By Peter Hardstaff - 07 December 12:13

How climate change is being used as an opportunity to seek competitive advantage...

A new Kyoto?
By Peter Hardstaff - 05 December 11:44

At the Bali conference, Peter Hardstaff reflects on the differences between campaigning for and camp

International Climate Cookery for Beginners
By Peter Hardstaff - 04 December 12:35

WDM's Peter Hardstaff continues his <a href="http://www.newstatesman.com/subjects/bali">Bali Confere

Blogging Bali
By Peter Hardstaff - 03 December 12:53

The World Development Movement's Peter Hardstaff reports from the Bali conference on climate change

Greens to have a leader
By Sian Berry - 03 December 9:57

Sian Berry responds to the result of a Green referendum on having a party leader

Coal fires threaten the globe
By Lindsey Hilsum - 29 November 12:00

Under the right conditions, coal ignites spontaneously, and fires burn downwards, acquiring oxygen t

Climate change - we've got 10 years
By Caroline Lucas - 29 November 9:53

The Green Party's Caroline Lucas hails a UN report that she argues brings shame upon world leaders b

Labour's direct attack on London
By Sian Berry - 23 November 9:47

On the day she launches her bid to be London's mayor, Sian Berry rounds on Labour's plans for Heathr

The price of a living forest
By Mark Lynas - 22 November 12:00

The blunt economic truth is clear: deforestation can never be stopped as long as trees are worth mor

Let's not shoot the climate messenger
By Brian Cathcart - 22 November 12:00

The press is accused of painting such a bleak picture of the planet's prospects readers believe noth

The secret GM invasion
By Gundula Azeez - 20 November 12:01

A Soil Associaition study has found that many supermarkets are selling products from animals fed on

Christmas prawns? No thanks
By Sian Berry - 19 November 14:56

Tips for surviving the festive season with your Christmas spirit and green credentials intact

Economic worries and divine intervention
By Jonathan Dawson - 16 November 17:48

Jonathan Dawson discusses the financial problems at Findhorn and the village's unique way of dealing

In God's green lands
By Benjamin Joffe-Walt - 15 November 12:00

Driving through Tennessee, Benjamin Joffe-Walt finds that eco-mania sits uneasily beside Southern tr

Brave new world
By Geoffrey Goodman - 08 November 12:00

<strong>Taken from The <em>New Statesman</em> 17 January 1959</strong>
Britain’s first nuclear powe

How to stop climate change: the easy way
By Mark Lynas - 08 November 12:00

Changing your light bulbs may not be enough to save a single polar bear, but there <em>are</em> thin

Divine guidance in public toilets
By Jonathan Dawson - 07 November 13:05

Jonathan Dawson explores the mysterious and unconventional origins of Findhorn

Web of life
By Jonathan Dawson - 30 October 16:23

In his latest blog, Jonathan Dawson reveals the key to the continuing vitality of the Findhorn commu

Green solutions for London
By Sian Berry - 26 October 11:09

Only the likes of Tesco Metro can afford expensive tube campaigns, your local deli suffers and Londo

Growing concern
By Mark Olden - 25 October 13:00

Observations on biofuels

The driver in front has a MSG 4U
By Andrew Martin - 25 October 1:00

A disproportionate number of personalised plates are attached to cars with smoked-glass windows. Wel

Peripheral anomalies or centres of inspiration?
By Jonathan Dawson - 22 October 17:03

In his latest blog, Jonathan Dawson tells us why places like Findhorn still have much to offer

Labour's myopic vision
By Douglas Parr - 22 October 13:06

Aggressive land-grabs, backed up by a looming military threat, will not bring energy security, write

An environmental utopia - up to a point
By Mark Lynas - 11 October 13:00

We downtrodden Brits often look enviously at Scandinavian countries as models of genteel social demo

No election? Is it good or bad?
By Sian Berry - 08 October 10:54

Following Gordon Brown's confirmation there will be no autumn poll Sian Berry reflects on the up and

O come all ye faithful
By Stanley Johnson - 02 October 17:39

Wind-turbines turn to face the wind. Sunflowers turn to face the sun. Will the British public turn o

Shut up about the deckchairs!
By Jonathan Dawson - 28 September 14:21

In his latest entry, Jonathan Dawson stresses on the need for a collective 'peak moment'

Back to the future
By Mark Lynas - 27 September 13:00

<strong>The World Without Us</strong>

Alan Weisman <em>Virgin Books, 336pp, £20 </em>

Notes from nature
By Alastair Sooke - 27 September 13:00

<strong>The Wild Places</strong>

Robert Macfarlane <em>Granta, 352pp, £18.99 </em>

Proud to be unions
By Billy Hayes - 25 September 17:00

Billy Hayes reflects on Tony Blair's greatest achievement and attacks the comprehensive failure of t