The climate justice movement may have taken a step forward at Lützerath by taking a confrontational approach to capital and the state. Joao Camargo is a climate activist in grassroots movement Climaximo in Portugal and […]
John Foster writes in ‘The Battleground’ substack that the protests against a new coal mine in Lützerath, which is in the Nordrhein-Westfalen region of Germany, is turning into a nightmare for the Greens, who govern […]
A debate has kicked-off in France about the use of private jets, and the country’s tycoons are on the defensive. Read the article here.
Re-building Pakistan will be hamstrung by the country’s €12.5 billion in debt repayments due this year alone Read the article HERE
The floods in Pakistan are without precedent. How can one adapt to cataclysm? Cross-posted from Counterpunch I see you standing on the other sideI don’t know how the river got so wideI loved you baby, […]
Italy is extremely exposed to climate breakdown, and it is already being badly affected, but with elections upcoming on 25 September it is not part of the debate Cross-posted from the Green European Journal The […]
This would be common sense if governments were even slightly serious about reducing carbon emissions. Read the article here.
Europeans are unhappy with uncomfortable temperatures in mid-June, while in some parts of the world unbearable heat is bringing drought and starvation Cross-posted from CounterPunch The canary in the coal mine is dead. He died […]