In this article Mike Dorsey* discusses the different NGO and individual responses to the outcomes of COP17.
Mariclair Smit discusses the relationship between COP17, the media and different angles of the stories, and barriers and/or support for climate justice.
This article explains carbon market trading and argues that like any market it will lead to fluctuations and crashes and is therefore not a sustainable solution for climate justice.
Jonathan Payn* argues that the Democatic Left Front (DFL), is an undemocratic and middle class dominated structure that needs to be democratised.
Using three case studies, Angela Conway* argues that environmental protection can be manipulated to exclude and reduce the rights of the poor thus maintaining the status quo and social injustice.
John Treat* traces the history of the envirnmental movement and argues that experience has come to shape perspectives, which were already developed theoretically in the 19th century by karl max
Dhruti Shah discusses the year of the Arab Spring through the stories of ordinary women and men who participated in this events.
Shashank Joshi* discusses the important role of the army in the context of recent revolutions.
In recent days, human rights groups and opposition activists say some 200 people have been killed by Syrian security forces in the province of idlib, including defectors from the Syrian army.
This article report on the jailing of Chinese writer, Chen Wei, for subversion.