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Climate finance isn't enough. We need debt cancellation
As G7 finance ministers meet in Japan, our friends at Debt Justice outline why the global north must end climate usury
Shaping the Eco-Social Contract: Perspectives on Just Energy Transitions from Around the World
A webinar from the Global Research and Action Network for a New Eco-Social Contract, 22nd February 2023
Power, People & Planet season 2 is now available - wherever you get your podcasts
The latest season of our hit podcast with Kumi Naidoo explores art, activism, climate and justice - and everything in between
Conservation and discrimination: case studies from Nepal’s national parks
How can we stop badly designed conservation policies from entrenching historical injustice among Indigenous and marginalised communities?
Decoloniality and the new ethics of climate and nature
Jess Auerbach argues for decolonising ecological research to build a discipline that is more inclusive, creative and ethical.
Indigenous Peoples are central to tackling the climate crisis – but they need finance
Forests, and the communities who protect and manage them, can no longer be ignored if we're to tackle climate change and nature loss.