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The island where everyone owns the wind

On Denmark's carbon-negative Samsø Island renewable energy is collectively owned, which means that the greener the island gets, the more everyone benefits.

Climate politics, Pogo edition

Will an old comic strip expression define upcoming global climate talks?

Is anyone really, truly surprised that President Biden's relatively ambitious plan to address climate change is being axed so quickly from his infrastructure package?

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Glasgow’s COP26 is crunch time to save the world from disaster

Looking back on 30 years of climate conferences, Geoffrey Lean recalls the many missed opportunities for change that led us to this boiling point
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Concrete: the most destructive material on Earth

After water, concrete is the most widely used substance on the planet. But its benefits mask enormous dangers to the planet, to human health – and to culture itself

Violence, strikes, and India’s farmers want you to see it

A year on, protesters against the country’s agricultural laws are taking an increasingly confrontational approach with the country’s leaders.