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The Economics of Happiness

Ecologist

12th January,2011

A sneak preview of Helena Norberg-Hodge's epic documentary which examines how 'going local' is a powerful strategy to help repair our fractured world - ecosystems, societies and individuals more...
Global Cool

Campaign Hero: Caroline Fiennes of Global Cool

Matilda Lee

11th January, 2011

Global Cool is the green lifestyle organisation that uses celebrities and mainstream culture to market low-carbon living. Its director Caroline Fiennes talks to the Ecologist more...

CAMPAIGN HERO: Richard Miller of ActionAid UK

Matilda Lee

14th December, 2010

The Director of ActionAid UK talks to us about ending global poverty, achieving trade justice and making supermarkets accountable more...
Say no to Shell poster

Anger at opening of Shell-sponsored climate change exhibition

Tom Levitt

6th December, 2010

Campaigners accuse oil giant of trying to 'buy itself goodwill' within government and academia by donating £1 million to a new exhibition at The Science Museum in London more...
World map

'Uneven' sea level rises threaten Indian Ocean coastal regions

Ecologist

14th July, 2010

Global warming is adversely affecting certain countries around the Indian Ocean with higher than average sea level rises, according to analysis published in Nature Geoscience more...
Changes in rainfall in Australia

Australia getting warmer springs and uneven rainfall

Ecologist

14th March, 2010

Australian meteorologists have published an up-to-date summary of how rainfall and temperature levels have changed across the country over the past 100 years more...
Global Warring

Global Warring by Cleo Paskal

Samuel Bonham

16th February, 2010

An ambitious but at times over-simplistic look at how environmental, political and economic crises will redraw the world map more...
US warship

The West helped create the Somali pirate situation

Simon Fairlie

28th December, 2009

What few have stopped to consider in the continuing 'battle' against Somali pirates is what industrialised nations have been doing to the country's fishing grounds for years more...
Forest people

Protecting forests AND the rights of forest peoples

Laura Sevier

8th December, 2009

The plans currently under consideration for saving forests might help the trees, but they could ride roughshod over indigenous communities. Here are some ways to change that more...
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Copenhagen deal taking world to 3.5 degree rise

Ecologist

7th December, 2009

Industrialised countries need to decrease their emissions to between 25-40 per cent on 1990 levels by 2020, according to IPCC
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Scenes from the eco village

Schools using art to learn about climate change

Rebecca Heald

27th July, 2009

Can climate art help save the world? Rebecca Heald reports on a school art installation and its ambitious 'Cool it Schools' global online initiative more...
Image of an egg cracking representing symbolic change

10 groups pushing for cultural change

Ecologist

19th June, 2009

Inspiration for change comes in many guises – from downshifting your personal life to celebrating a community Apple Day to joining a movement for social justice. more...

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Climate change: Our changing world

Climate Change - Our Warming World

Amy Dickson

10th November, 2009

Christina Hutchins' book delivers the facts in a simple, effective and stark way rather than bombarding you with scientific data more...

If You Love This Planet: A Plan To Save The Earth

Henry Unwin

2nd November

Helen Caldicott outlines the most pressing issues in the world today and provides a basic framework for solutions more...
Team Atlantic Rising

Atlantic Rising: tracing the sea in 2100

Lynn Morris

27th August, 2009

In the first post of a new blog, Lynn Morris outlines how and why she and two team-mates are about to trace the contour of 2100's Atlantic Ocean... more...
Heatstroke

Heatstroke: Nature in an Age of Global Warming

Andrea Kayne

24th August, 2009

Is the entire global ecosystem on the verge of collapse? Anthony D. Barnosky explores the threats facing the natural world and outlines some solutions more...
Polar_bear

Ocean temperatures hit record high for July

Ecologist

20th August, 2009

Combined land and ocean surface temperatures for the world are fifth warmest on record more...
Copenhagen

Copenhagen and the carbon conundrum

Felicia Jackson

10th August, 2009

It's too late to create an entirely new global climate framework, argues Felicia Jackson. We need to put a price on carbon to reflect its true cost, and Copenhagen, while flawed, is our best hope more...
Julian Rose

The New Renaissance

Julian Rose

28th July, 2009

When it comes to solving global problems, we need local solutions, change in every area of life and a 'people's movement' for self-governance...
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Carteret Evacuation

The first climate evacuation: what have we learned?

Dan Box

28th July, 2009

Earlier this year, journalist Dan Box won recognition from environmentalist George Monbiot for documenting the world's first climate change evacuation, of the Carteret islands in the South Pacific. Now, he returns to his experiences to ask if this is the first evacuation of many, how should we do it in future? more...

The 300-350 Show: Arctic special - part two

Phil England

27th July, 2009

In the second part of a special programme looking at the significance of the Arctic in the context of climate change, Phil England hears about the rush to exploit the region's oil and gas supplies... more...
Wind turbines

Copenhagen success rests on cash and commitment

Ecologist

10th July, 2009

New research has revealed that a lack of finance and political commitment lie at the heart of the slow take-up of renewables, as a UK think tank calls for cash for low-carbon technology to be ringfenced more...
Interview

An audience with Sir David King

Jon Hughes

1st February, 2007

Sir David King is credited with bringing climate change to serious political attention. But he is also a campaign of GM crops. How does that square? more...
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Dan Box Blog - Paradise lost

Dan Box

14th May, 2009

Dan Box reports from a community in its death throes, as the Carteret islanders pack up their homes and prepare to become the world’s first climate change refugees more...
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Struggling for Éire

Molly Scott Cato

11th May, 2009

If it is not to be choked by debt and taxes, Ireland must return to the self-sufficient, localised vision of one of its founding fathers more...

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