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Hettie O'Brien is the New Statesman’s online editor.
For his latest exhibition at the Barbican, the US artist spent years plumbing the depths of a uniquely disturbing database.
Critics of the environmental movement like to argue that it's made up of "crusties" who can afford to get arrested, but this is a lazy stereotype.
Cars have long dominated our cities and polluted our air. But are electric versions anything more than environmental window-dressing?
The Princeton sociologist and author of Race After Technology on how new technologies encode old forms of segregation – and how we might build something better.
The author on why she believes capitalism has gone "rogue".
Eleven years ago, a group of economists and green thinkers sketched a radical plan to transform the economy and protect the environment. Today, their ideas have been embraced by Labour and US Democrats.
"A certain type of masculinity willing to think of natural resources as something that exist for humans to grab, use, and create value from.”
Antibiotic use is a collective agreement: we all remain safer so long as everyone follows a set of common rules.
The cognitive dissonance surrounding anti-vaxxers doesn’t simply reflect a mistrust of science, but a failure to situate oneself in another person’s position.
When police use crime-predicting algorithms, they risk bringing into being the world they foresee.