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The great cost of land grabbing in Mozambique’s Tete Province

By Burag Gurden. Similar versions of this article has been originally published by Pambazuka on 31 August and by Words in the Bucket on 13 September.Moatize, Mozambique – Earlier this …

New Environmental Justice MOOC (a free online course) run by the University of East Anglia and Future Learn.

The Global Environmental Justice research group at UEA has developed a free online course on Environmental Justice which starting in October 2017. The MOOC highlights the EJ Atlas too, with …

New Youtube Channel on Degrowth & Environmental Justice Vocabulary

EnvJustice Youtube ChannelThe EnvJustice project launched an Environmental Justice playlist on Youtube, where you can find EnvJustice Project members and pioneers from the global environmental justice movement explaining some terms …

The Post-Development Dictionary agenda: paths to the pluriverse

By Federico Demaria & Ashish Kothari AbstractThis article lays out both a critique of the oxymoron ‘sustainable development’, and the potential and nuances of a Post-Development agenda. We present ecological swaraj …

The palm oil crisis in Nigeria – and beyond

By Burag Gurden. This article has been published by The Ecologist on 8 September.The use and spread of palm oil is beyond imagination; from cooking and manufacturing to pharmaceuticals and …

Climate history backs bold actions now to keep fossil fuels in the ground

By Nick Meynen. This article has been published by The Ecologist on 1 September. Thousands of protesters have occupied a coal mine near Cologne – the single largest emitter of CO2 …


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