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Boris Johnson’s plan to diverge from EU rules threatens crucial environmental regulations.
The notion that the climate crisis can be resolved through voluntary action, rather than state intervention, is an illusion.
Around a billion animals have been impacted by Australia’s bushfires. It’s a catastrophe in which more endangered species will be pushed closer to the brink of extinction.
The past assumption that markets and technology will find a way to halt environmental breakdown is being openly questioned.
The twenty-fourth letter in the New Statesman’s A-Z of the decade.
Peter Cole, 76, a professor of respiratory diseases and doctor, is on hunger strike for Extinction Rebellion.
The EU's new climate plan hardwires an economic model that prizes GDP growth over ecological limits.
Polluters benefit by encouraging us to think of environmental breakdown as an individual problem.
Extinction Rebellion’s tactics might be working, but without structural reform, government action will leave intact the economic causes of the environmental crisis: capital flows and the exploitation of fossil fuels.
Extinction Rebellion has called for assemblies to be held next year, but Ireland's experience is a cautionary tale.
The government needs to reliably ensure that British buildings are firesafe before pontificating about their beauty.