Glamourising the nettle
By Jonathan Dawson - 08 September 11:10

Dissatisfaction with indigenous foodtuffs is a growing problem for those among us who believe that i

Seeing the bigger picture
By Mark Lynas - 04 September 11:11

A soon-to-be published collection of photographs demonstrates that art is vital in helping us unders

Taking a lead
By Caroline Lucas - 01 September 16:38

The race is on to be the first ever leader of the Green Party. Here candidate Caroline Lucas MEP set

The truth about GM
By Colin Tudge - 28 August 10:22

Will GM technology feed the world - or destroy farming, and human health, in the name of corporate p

Besieged by bad smells
By Mohammed Omer - 28 August 10:22

The breakdown of Gaza's overworked sewage system threatens to spill over into an international ecolo

Why capitalism creates a throwaway society
By Peter Wilby - 28 August 10:22

How to deal with waste is the great policy failure of our age

Apiculture shock
By Staff blogger - 28 August 10:22

In praise of bees

Both sides are probably wrong
By John Vidal - 28 August 10:22

The latest evidence leaves the case for GM foods open

Profile: Lawrence Anthony
By Lucy Knight - 26 August 15:00

With Hollywood planning a film of Lawrence Anthony's mission to save the animals of Baghdad Zoo, <em

A whale's tale
By Cathryn Atkinson - 21 August 10:28

Whale watchers mourn the suspected death of a matriarch of the seas

Life in the goldfish bowl
By Jonathan Dawson - 20 August 17:52

For good or bad, television cameras have become an unavoidable part of life in the ecovillage

The cost of a windfall
By Martin O'Neill - 18 August 14:00

Martin O'Neill explores the case for an energy windfall tax - and finds the potential impact on both

How nuclear power can save the planet
By Mark Lynas - 14 August 11:03

Increased use of nuclear (an outright competitor to coal as a deliverer of baseload power) is essent

Woolly minded hippies?
By Rowena Macdonald - 08 August 15:16

Rowena Macdonald went to Climate Camp fearing "woolly-minded hippydom" but found a serious and commi

Provocative policing
By Caroline Lucas - 07 August 15:04

It's hard to see the police approach to this year's climate camp as anything other than a bid to pro

Coming to a screen near you - me!
By Mark Lynas - 31 July 10:07

How things have changed. Today, bookshops have entire shelves devoted to climate change. Television,

Wedding and windbills
By Rhiannon Hanfman - 18 July 13:23

Is the credit crunch going to have an impact on guest numbers at eco-villages? Rhiannon Hanfman reve

A Green New Deal
By Mark Lynas - 17 July 10:22

A "war economy" social mobilisation harnessed, this time not towards fighting fascism, but towards h

Berry last blog
By Sian Berry - 14 July 12:18

Since newstatesman.com relaunched on 30 November 2006 Sian Berry has been a regular contributor on h

Drunk driving at G8
By Kate Raworth - 11 July 13:10

Oxfam's Kate Raworth gives her take on the achievements of the G8 summit and compares the outcome to

G8 is Gr8?
By Simon Maxwell - 10 July 16:52

Simon Maxwell of the Overseas Development Institute discusses the results of the recent G8 Summit, s

The true cost of Boris' policies
By Jenny Jones - 09 July 17:32

The Mayor's decision to drop the £25 emissions charge is just the latest in a series of environmenta

Blacklisted by Liberty Davis
By Shan Oakes - 09 July 10:26

The Green candidate in the Haltemprice and Howden by-election accuses David Davis of avoiding debate

Ageing naturally
By Rhiannon Hanfman - 08 July 14:50

Growing old as a member of an eco-village has its perks, writes Findhorn resident Rhiannon Hanfman.

Brown's Cones Hotline Moment
By Martin Bright - 08 July 10:48

Concerns over food waste are well-founded, but Brown's comments make him look out of touch

The global warming deniers
By Mark Lynas - 03 July 10:29

The arguments of climate sceptics have largely been moulded by a far more sinister force - the US-ba

How to be a carbon vigilante
By Chris Adams - 26 June 12:59

Chris Adams writes on carbon trading schemes and buying one's way back into heaven.

In defence of drilling
By Jim DiPeso - 23 June 11:57

Jim DiPeso, Policy Director for Republicans for Environmental Protection, explains McCain's take on

Oops we broke EU rules
By Sian Berry - 19 June 15:37

How the government has had to change its guidance for car manufacturers after it was caught flouting

Can't take the heat
By Andrew Stephen - 19 June 11:15

Washington ground to a halt in a recent heatwave. What better proof of how America's infrastructure

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