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ACTION!

To save Yasuní, the oil must stay in the ground.

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Will Yasuní – and its great ceibo trees – fall prey to greenhouse gangsters?Photo: yasunigreengold.org / Mauro Burzio

Costing the earth

Adam Ma’anit navigates the snakepits of global carbon trading in the context of Yasuní.

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A crude dilemma

A crude dilemma

Calm the panic or delay the inevitable?

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The Yasuní National Park oil blocks

The five oil concession regions in Yasuní National Park

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Dirty and dangerous – workers who clean up oil spills often suffer neurological and digestive problems. Cancer rates are higher in areas close to oil activity than in the rest of Ecuador.Photo: yasunigreengold.org / Oscar Francino / Ali Supay

Toxic blocks

No-one said oil was clean. But Ecuador’s experience of extracting fossil fuels is about as bad as it gets, reports David Ransom.

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Photo: FABRÍCIO GUAMÁN

‘Speak to us first!’

People from the Ecuadorian rainforest tell Fabrício Guamán what they think of their Government’s proposal to leave petroleum in the ground.

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The indigenous peoples of Yasuní retain strong community values. They need to – under the shadow of military and oil company repression.Photo: yasunigreengold.org / Mauro Burzio

Yasuní – is this the way beyond petroleum?

Is Ecuador’s bold proposal not to exploit a billion barrels of oil in the Yasuní National Park a serious option for combating climate change? If so, the world is going to have to move fast, warns Vanessa Baird.

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My Grandmother – A memoir

My Grandmother – A memoir

Every family has its secrets. So does every nation. But Turkey’s official secret remains extraordinarily potent because public references to the massive event that occurred 93 years ago are forbidden.

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Uzbekistan

In the heart of Central Asia, enclosed by the Pamir mountains to the southeast and desert in the northeast, Uzbekistan was once the seat of vast wealth and influence.

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Global warming and the King’s Arms pub

Global warming and the King’s Arms pub

Horatio Morpurgo supplies an environmental missing link.

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Standing up to the State

View from New Delhi by Urvashi Butalia

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Brian McLaren.Photo by Gerald Gauthier

Interview with Brian McLaren

on the need for Christians to engage with the real world

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Kian Amani

Acrobatic extravagance in Tehran, as seen by Iranian photographer Kian Amani.

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Swimming Against the Tide

Swimming Against the Tide

Thoroughly researched and with heart-warming personal accounts, Tom Fawthrop’s Swimming Against the Tide is an inspiration.

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ACTION!

To save Yasuní, the oil must stay in the ground.

July, 2008 413 Buy
Costing the earth

Adam Ma’anit navigates the snakepits of global carbon trading in the context of Yasuní.

Adam Ma'anit July, 2008 413 Buy
A crude dilemma

Calm the panic or delay the inevitable?

Adam Ma'anit July, 2008 413 Buy
The Yasuní National Park oil blocks

The five oil concession regions in Yasuní National Park

July, 2008 413 Buy
Toxic blocks

No-one said oil was clean. But Ecuador’s experience of extracting fossil fuels is about as bad as it gets, reports David Ransom.

David Ransom July, 2008 413 Buy
‘Speak to us first!’

People from the Ecuadorian rainforest tell Fabrício Guamán what they think of their Government’s proposal to leave petroleum in the ground.

Fabrício Guamán July, 2008 413 Buy
Yasuní – is this the way beyond petroleum?

Is Ecuador’s bold proposal not to exploit a billion barrels of oil in the Yasuní National Park a serious option for combating climate change? If so, the world is going to have to move fast, warns Vanessa Baird.

Vanessa Baird July, 2008 413 Buy
My Grandmother – A memoir

Every family has its secrets. So does every nation. But Turkey’s official secret remains extraordinarily potent because public references to the massive event that occurred 93 years ago are forbidden.

Vanessa Baird June, 2008 412 Read
Uzbekistan

In the heart of Central Asia, enclosed by the Pamir mountains to the southeast and desert in the northeast, Uzbekistan was once the seat of vast wealth and influence.

Sorrel Neuss June, 2008 412 Read
Global warming and the King’s Arms pub

Horatio Morpurgo supplies an environmental missing link.

Horatio Morpurgo June, 2008 412 Read
Standing up to the State

View from New Delhi by Urvashi Butalia

Urvashi Butalia June, 2008 412 Read
Interview with Brian McLaren

on the need for Christians to engage with the real world

Gerald Gauthier June, 2008 412 Read
Kian Amani

Acrobatic extravagance in Tehran, as seen by Iranian photographer Kian Amani.

Kian Amani June, 2008 412 Read
Swimming Against the Tide

Thoroughly researched and with heart-warming personal accounts, Tom Fawthrop’s Swimming Against the Tide is an inspiration.

Vanessa Baird June, 2008 412 Read
Big Bad World 412

Polyp takes aim at transport

P J Polyp June, 2008 412 Read