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Human rights defendants acquitted

Human rights defendants acquitted

Vanessa Baird reports on a landmark ruling in Peru.

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Illustration: Emma Peer

Introducing... Mary Lou McDonald

Richard Swift introduces Mary Lou McDonald, who led her party to an astounding result in the Irish Republic’s general election.

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Refugees stranded: a little girl stands by the barbed-wire fence in a temporary tent camp near the overcrowded Moria camp on the Greek island of Lesvos.Photo: Angelos Tzortzinis/PA

Greece: breaking point

Zoe Holman reports that Greece is at breaking point as refugees cast out by Europe.

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Photo: Ryoji-Iwata/Unsplash

Hitting the population brakes

Popular wisdom has it that everything is speeding up, including population growth. Danny Dorling shows just how wrong that is – and argues that we are actually in a time of slowdown.

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A view of Hebron from the Tel Rumeida quarte.Photo: Fabio Conti

For a different Hebron

In Palestine, Futura D’Aprile meets the peaceful change-makers who want to create hope for their divided city’s future.

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Illustration: Marco Melgrati

The self-help myth

The state is in retreat. So guess who’s in charge? Why you, of course. At least that’s what the dominant political rhetoric from Right and Left would have us believe, argues Neil Vallelly.

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A father and his young daughter visit the Stone Flower monument at Jasenovac. Designed by the famous Serb architect Bogdan Bogdanović, it is a memorial to the victims of Ustasha atrocities during the Second World War.Photo: Ferdinando Piezzi/Alamy

Why won’t Croatia face its past?

The country’s political class is letting fascists off the hook and allowing history to be distorted. Jelena Prtorić asks: Whose purposes does this serve?

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The hidden polluters

Agricultural air pollution seems to be a tough nut to crack. Amy Hall explores the air-pollution problem down on the farm.

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Room with a view: Residents of Mahul’s resettlement colony are forced to live in a polluted industrial area.Photo: Ishan Tankha

Unfit for habitation

India’s air pollution crisis affects millions, and not just in Delhi. Aruna Chandrasekhar meets people forced to live, and resist, at Mumbai’s toxic perimeter.

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‘I don’t want to live like this’

‘I don’t want to live like this’

Community journalists from the northeast of England on the impact of air pollution on their lives.

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Top of the class

Top of the class

Dirty air is not an impossible problem. Beth Gardiner assesses some places cleaning up their act.

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Opposite page: Child’s play – a boy jumps across boats wedged on a mixture of crude oil, water and sand, near Bodo in the Niger Delta. Oil production is a major pollutant in the area.Photo: Petterik Wiggers/Panos

Fed up with the fumes

Dirty air in Nigeria takes a huge toll on lives and livelihoods. But civil society is not short of ideas for change, as Michael Simire finds out.

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In a jam: sitting in traffic in Metro Manila, the Philippines.Photo: Joline Torres/Unsplash

How to stop progress

Dana Drugmand explains how the powerful car industry has continually blocked change to keep us hooked.

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Toxic Air - The Facts

Toxic Air - The Facts

How many die?, Air inequality, Noxious journeys, and Cleanest vs dirtiest.

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Human rights defendants acquitted

Vanessa Baird reports on a landmark ruling in Peru.

Vanessa Baird May, 2020 525 Buy
Wet’suwet’en: Gas pipeline battle

Report from Canada by Husna Rizvi

Husna Rizvi May, 2020 525 Buy
Introducing... Mary Lou McDonald

Richard Swift introduces Mary Lou McDonald, who led her party to an astounding result in the Irish Republic’s general election.

Richard Swift May, 2020 525 Buy
Greece: breaking point

Zoe Holman reports that Greece is at breaking point as refugees cast out by Europe.

Zoe Holman May, 2020 525 Read
Hitting the population brakes

Popular wisdom has it that everything is speeding up, including population growth. Danny Dorling shows just how wrong that is – and argues that we are actually in a time of slowdown.

Danny Dorling May, 2020 525 Read
For a different Hebron

In Palestine, Futura D’Aprile meets the peaceful change-makers who want to create hope for their divided city’s future.

Futura D’Aprile May, 2020 525 Buy
The self-help myth

The state is in retreat. So guess who’s in charge? Why you, of course. At least that’s what the dominant political rhetoric from Right and Left would have us believe, argues Neil Vallelly.

Neil Vallelly May, 2020 525 Buy
Why won’t Croatia face its past?

The country’s political class is letting fascists off the hook and allowing history to be distorted. Jelena Prtorić asks: Whose purposes does this serve?

Jelena Prtorić May, 2020 525 Buy
The hidden polluters

Agricultural air pollution seems to be a tough nut to crack. Amy Hall explores the air-pollution problem down on the farm.

Amy Hall May, 2020 525 Buy
Unfit for habitation

India’s air pollution crisis affects millions, and not just in Delhi. Aruna Chandrasekhar meets people forced to live, and resist, at Mumbai’s toxic perimeter.

Aruna Chandrasekhar May, 2020 525 Read
‘I don’t want to live like this’

Community journalists from the northeast of England on the impact of air pollution on their lives.

May, 2020 525 Buy
Top of the class

Dirty air is not an impossible problem. Beth Gardiner assesses some places cleaning up their act.

Beth Gardiner May, 2020 525 Buy
Fed up with the fumes

Dirty air in Nigeria takes a huge toll on lives and livelihoods. But civil society is not short of ideas for change, as Michael Simire finds out.

Michael Simire May, 2020 525 Buy
How to stop progress

Dana Drugmand explains how the powerful car industry has continually blocked change to keep us hooked.

Dana Drugmand May, 2020 525 Read
Toxic Air - The Facts

How many die?, Air inequality, Noxious journeys, and Cleanest vs dirtiest.

May, 2020 525 Buy