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India Bourke is the online editor for the New Statesman's international edition.
The triumph of the Inuit Ataqatigiit party tells “dirty” mining to clean up its act.
Klein’s new handbook-style account of the climate crisis is not only an attempt to help youth activists hone their voices, but a clarion call to her own generation.
At a time when the world urgently needs climate leadership, Rishi Sunak desperately failed to provide it.
The arrest of the Indian climate activist Disha Ravi suggests that calls for justice and equity may lead to greater suppression.
From Charles Dickens to the Dasgupta report, the story of the oyster holds gritty hope for conservation.
How a proposed amendment to international human rights law could prohibit the systematic destruction of nature.
There is much to be said for the UK leading the climate “race”, but the world can’t afford to let anyone lose.
The scientist, who has died aged 87, effectively ended a 12,000-year-old geological era when he invented the “Anthropocene”.
The UK is still failing to demonstrate the environmental leadership needed ahead of this year’s COP summit.
Joe Biden must confront China's human rights violations while also promoting climate diplomacy.