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Hettie O’Brien is assistant opinion editor of the Guardian and the New Statesman’s former online editor.
How a new London space is seeking to define the economic doctrine of our age.
The twenty-fourth letter in the New Statesman’s A-Z of the decade.
The fifteenth letter in the New Statesman’s A-Z of the decade.
While the British high street declines, Harrods, Selfridges and Harvey Nichols are turning over record profits, fuelled by a new kind of global consumer.
“Eco-Visionaries”, a new exhibition at the Royal Academy, is a lesson in how not to curate the climate crisis.
Despite the myth of market rule, digital technology has always relied on state investment.
Naomi Oreskes makes clear the many reasons we should trust science. Whether or not we find the political will to heed its warnings is another question.
How coastal erosion in Essex is revealing decades of human over-consumption and forcing us to reckon with our past.
Klein, who has done more to popularise the inseparability of capitalism and climate change than perhaps any other author, talks Extinction Rebellion and mainstream environmentalism.
Facial recognition is normalising the idea that skull shapes and facial features determine a person's character.