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Waste - The Facts

Waste - The Facts

How much; disposal; food; plastic; electronic waste; the facts and figures.

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Like a scene from a blockbuster epic on trash: people search for pickings in the Indonesian capital Jakarta's Bantar Gebang dump. Over 60 per cent of the waste is organic and could be composted, but there is no large-scale sorting of refuse, making it much harder to manage. Photo: Bay Ismoyo/AFP/Getty

Modern life is rubbish

The dirt on waste. Dinyar Godrej argues that the problems with our throwaway society add up to much more than the sum of individual actions.

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Mixed Media: Film

Mixed Media: Film

Tehran Taboo; The Heiresses (Las Herederas).

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Mixed Media: Books

Mixed Media: Books

The Incendiaries; Betraying Big Brother; A Radical History of the World; Rupture.

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Left: Radwan Ghazi Moumneh; Right: Charles-André Coderre. Photo: Melanie Marsman

Spotlight: Jerusalem In My Heart

(aka Radwan Ghazi Moumneh) Words by Louise Gray, photograph by Melanie Marsman.

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What if... people could migrate freely?

What if... people could migrate freely?

Vanessa Baird looks ahead at how things could be.

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Agony Uncle

Agony Uncle

A friend has invited me to her Hindu wedding...

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Is nationalism ever a force for good?

Dalia Gebrial and Thomas Jeffrey Miley go head to head on this complex and topical issue. Illustrations by Kate Copeland.

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 Photo: Brian Otieno

Southern Exposure: Brian Otieno

Highlighting the work of artists and photographers from the Majority World.

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 Photo: Bernardo Galmarini / Alamy

Temperature check

The latest news from those fighting against climate change, from Costa Rica going fossil-free to the suspicious creation of ‘low carbon’ kerosene.

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Photos, clockwise from top left: Adham playing on the rooftops in the capital, Amman; mother and children at the Zaatari Camp for refugees from Syria; queuing up for school, also in the Zaatari Camp; a roadside market for fruit and vegetables in the Red Sea port of Aqaba. Photos: Chris de Bode; Abbie Trayler-Smith x2; Ivor Prickett.

Country Profile: Jordan

Jordan is nominally a constitutional monarchy with regular national and local elections. However, the façade of democracy is thin. Zoe Holman profiles the country.

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Waste - The Facts

How much; disposal; food; plastic; electronic waste; the facts and figures.

November, 2018 516 Buy
Modern life is rubbish

The dirt on waste. Dinyar Godrej argues that the problems with our throwaway society add up to much more than the sum of individual actions.

Dinyar Godrej November, 2018 516 Read
Mixed Media: Music

Sound the People; Crave.

September, 2018 515 Read
Mixed Media: Film

Tehran Taboo; The Heiresses (Las Herederas).

September, 2018 515 Buy
Mixed Media: Books

The Incendiaries; Betraying Big Brother; A Radical History of the World; Rupture.

Vanessa Baird September, 2018 515 Buy
Spotlight: Jerusalem In My Heart

(aka Radwan Ghazi Moumneh) Words by Louise Gray, photograph by Melanie Marsman.

Louise Gray September, 2018 515 Buy
What if... people could migrate freely?

Vanessa Baird looks ahead at how things could be.

Vanessa Baird September, 2018 515 Read
Agony Uncle

A friend has invited me to her Hindu wedding...

September, 2018 515 Buy
Thoughts from a Broad

Periods by Kate Evans.

Kate Evans September, 2018 515 Buy
Hall of Infamy - Petro Poroshenko

The chocolate king of the Ukraine.

September, 2018 515 Buy
Is nationalism ever a force for good?

Dalia Gebrial and Thomas Jeffrey Miley go head to head on this complex and topical issue. Illustrations by Kate Copeland.

Dalia Gebrial and Thomas Jeffrey Miley September, 2018 515 Buy
Only Planet - Feudalism

Cartoon by Marc Roberts.

Marc Roberts September, 2018 515 Buy
Southern Exposure: Brian Otieno

Highlighting the work of artists and photographers from the Majority World.

Brian Otieno September, 2018 515 Buy
Temperature check

The latest news from those fighting against climate change, from Costa Rica going fossil-free to the suspicious creation of ‘low carbon’ kerosene.

Danny Chivers September, 2018 515 Buy
Country Profile: Jordan

Jordan is nominally a constitutional monarchy with regular national and local elections. However, the façade of democracy is thin. Zoe Holman profiles the country.

Zoe Holman September, 2018 515 Buy