The e-commerce giant moves on global warming, but its business model is hard to square with the climate crisis
By Nancy Young
The criminalisation of blasphemy has become synonymous with Pakistan.
Historical feuds between Balkan nations are rarely solved once and for all. In most cases, the concerned countries either come up with…
20-year veteran of online journalism, formerly a lifer at Salon, now untethered. On Twitter @koxinga21
As people around the world pray for Amazonia, indigenous Brazilians are taking action for social and environmental justice.
By Sean Jackson
Recently there has been a noticeable trend by mainly MP’s on the right and the media to try and smear people who stand up to power as…
Does anyone understand what’s happening with Brexit?
New analysis of NASA data has led to the discovery of more than 60 sub-glacial lakes hidden beneath the Greenland ice sheet
Chaos in government and in the opposition has gifted the Liberal Democrats a second chance, if only they can seize it