THE BIG STORY: Climate Justice
There’s still time to stop irrevocable damage to the ecosystem on which human life depends. But not much. Hazel Healy explores what it would take.
How do we get to zero-carbon emissions?
A graphic blueprint that models radical CO2 reductions to 2050. By Information is Beautiful.
’Real education happens outside the classroom’
Samoan climate activist Brianna Fruean in conversation with Anna Taylor from the UK school strikes movement.
World in motion
Danny Shivers profiles movements fighting to keep fossil fuels in the ground, from Argentina to Japan.
Personal carbon-cutting makes a difference- as long as you talk about it, says Mike Berners Lee.
Tom Wyman introduces the super rich ’preppers’ who think they can escape the climate apocalypse.
Life after coal
Sam Adler Bell explores what a just transition might look like for fossil fuel workers, based on the experiences of US coalminers in Appalachia.
Country Profile: Eritrea
Is it time to quit social media?
Behrouz Boochani talks to Husna Rizvi about life on Manus Island, writing a book via WhatsApp and Australia’s ’new kind of fascism.’
Afghan photographer Rahman Alizadah captures a striking pose...
Hall of Infamy
Thailand’s Chaki Dynasty-the beloved aristocrats complicit in military rule-is put under the spotlight.
View from Brazil
View from India
View from Africa
Photo Essay: South Africa’s born-frees
From a place of healing
~Indigenous feminists in Guatemala
’License to Kill’
The brewing tension in Cameroon
The Long Read: Bullet ants and stolen land
~Brazilian Amazon’s Satere indigenous people