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Articles and opinion

Article / 8th March 2019

At long last the political debate in the world’s richest country is vibrant with proposals that would help the most vulnerable in our society. And what do we hear in response? A growing chorus of naysayers.

Article / 4th March 2019

The Green New Deal strongly affirms the need for more equity and social justice, and the fact that these principles are being presented and endorsed by leading politicians suggests a realignment of political forces in the United States, writes Philippe Gauthier 

Article / 4th March 2019

To avoid climate catastrophe, we must go beyond what is considered politically possible. A Green New Deal would mobilise resources on a scale unprecedented in peacetime, to tackle the climate emergency and address spiralling inequality, writes Caroline Lucas.

Article / 21st February 2019

It took homo sapiens some 200,000 years to reach the first billion by about 1800. In just the 10 years separating the first and second edition of Managing without Growth: Slower by Design, not Disaster, the human population increased by the same amount putting increased pressure on an already crowded planet.