The devastating cost of humanitarian intervention in Haiti

As demands grow for yet another humanitarian intervention to “fix” Haiti’s problems, we need to recognise that previous interventions have kept Haiti in the throes of political, social, and ecological crisis for over a century. By Angela Sherwood

Carbon cash machine

As the world burns, shareholders are getting record cash pay outs from their fossil fuel investments finds our new report written and researched in collaboration with Corporate Watch. By David Whyte

Climate justice in an unequal world

An interview with Richard Falk by Luigi Daniele. Professor Richard A. Falk is Chair of Global Law and Co-Director of the Centre for Climate Crime and Climate Justice at Queen Mary University London.

Who really owns our water?

Our waterways are in a horribly polluted state. So, who really owns our water? Who is responsible for this pollution? By Eleanor Godwin