This week we saw governors of Texas and Florida trafficking people seeking asylum to DC and Martha’s Vineyard, a racist school district in Illinois, the Chilean president snubbing the Israeli ambassador, and Patagonia’s founder giving his company away
Exploring an uncovered connection
The Kenyan climate activist using care and compassion to disarm the world’s biggest polluting economies
The introduction to a series documenting the resistance struggles in the central region of Mexico - and a Caravan that united them all.
In conversation with Dr. Moayyad Bsharat about farmers' movements and the fight for land rights
How the Lenca Indigenous community is struggling to preserve their territories and their rights to autonomy and self determination against transnational mega-projects.
Why creating a local network of support and resilience is essential for climate adaptation
An insight into new laws which threaten the lives of thousands already living in water insecurity
In conversation with climate activists from Ukraine and Russia about the links between the war and the world's dependence on fossil fuels