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Naomi Klein is back and calling for a new world order in her latest work, which gathers together more than a decade of her passionate writing
Klaus Dodds examines recent protests in Hawaii held over a new observatory on Mauna Kea
A revolution in digital mapmaking is underway and the implications for industry, the environment and all of humanity are huge
Dan Richards is an artist and a writer. His fourth book, Outpost: A Journey to the Wild Ends of the Earth is out now, published by Canongate
The move away from film has meant more pictures being taken at more times than ever before – but does that always result in better photography? Is there something to be learnt from setting yourself limits, asks Keith Wilson
For this month’s Discovering Britain viewpoint, Rory Walsh visits a mythical monolith in a Welsh beauty spot
‘Abolitionist climate justice’ is an evolving movement that aims to tackle the disparate effects of climate change across race and class
Felicity Aston follows ‘ice pilots’ along a frozen river gorge to an ancient kingdom hidden deep in the Himalaya to find a very 21st century negotiation of modern adventure tourism, local development and ecology protection
In a landmark case, Australia’s High Court has awarded damages to an Aboriginal group in compensation for historic incursions on their land, opening the way for billions of dollar’s worth of potential claims
As the ocean looks set to get busier due to increasing international trade, improving navigation systems is being seen as vital for protecting both human and marine life
India has pledged $120billion to make its cities ‘smart’. But can such technology help the country solve its most pressing urban issues?
Buildings made from wood are becoming increasingly common in cities around the world, as designers and architects extol the carbon capturing nature of this underused material
The lead author of a scientific study, which claimed that planting trees has mind-blowing potential to tackle the climate crisis, reflects on the mixed response to the report
Vatosoa is the National Coordinator of the MIHARI Network, an organisation working in Madagascar to connect and advocate for small-scale fishing communities along the country’s 5,000km coastline in order to share best practice in sustainable fishing. Vatosoa was recently awarded a Whitley Award for her work
Growing tea in the UK could have a number of environmental benefits, including the reduction of atmospheric carbon levels

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