Managing Director of the Climate Rights Coalition, Kip Lyall, writes about the need to remove fossil fuel interests from scientific research, and how we need to compel a global publisher to stop dragging us towards climate disaster.
The destruction of the Palestinian education system, especially higher education, plays a crucial role in this policy of population expulsion. Every Gazan university has been completely or partially destroyed since October, and Universities on the West Bank have come under sustained attack. Ignasi Bernat and Roser Rodríguez show how the destruction of Universities and the killing of scholars is a central part of the genocide in Gaza and challenge European universities to speak out against the genocide.
The same companies facing climate litigation claims are now looking to use the law to their advantage in litigation against climate protestors. By Tanvi Ajmera.
Last week’s news that Thames Water is paying out a £37.5m dividend to its shareholders in the midst of an ongoing sewage crisis has left many in disbelief. David Whyte argues for a different approach to making pollution pay.
As thousands of people die each week, the land they live on, the food and water sources they depend on, and the air they breathe are also being destroyed. Samira Homerange Saunders analyses the connections that are increasingly becoming evident.
In our new report Working for Climate Justice', Ben Crawford and David Whyte argue that until now, the trade union movement has failed to make climate change a core concern of industrial campaigns.
Where do workers fit into the climate action agenda? On October 27, trade unionists from across the labor movement gathered in London to discuss a new workplace-oriented strategy for decarbonization: green collective bargaining...
Our new report Beyond Divestment reveals a process of ‘shareholder substitution’ that has allowed some big players to significantly increase their shareholding, and raises big questionas about the next steps for the divestment movement.
Valeria Vegh Weis on the 2,000 kilometer march of indigenous peoples in Argentina from the Juju region to Buenos Aires to demand that lithium mining projects in their territories are immediately halted.
Centre researcher Samira Homerang Saunders interviews Honolulu-based Naima Temaile Fifita about the colonial past and present context for the fires in Maui.