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Resistance in Acre, Brazil

Solidarity with local leaders facing threats!

Solidarity with all those who suffer threats because of their firm political stance to defend their territories against the incessant exploitation of capital: You are not alone!

The Legacy

Post-Olympic Rio

More than 42 billion Brazilian reais were spent on a 30-day event. For the residents of the city, was it worth it? Does a legacy exist? If so, for whom?

por PACS


Services, Democracy and Corporate Rule in the Trump Era

TiSA is in fact aimed at freeing corporations providing transnational services from what they view as burdensome and needlessly differing national and local regulations. The agreement is also designed to pry open public services to commercial involvement

por Scott Sinclair

false solutions to global warming

Is California Selling Climate Illusions?

Acre is specifically highlighted in current proposals as the first tropical forest state with which California plans to “link” its carbon market

por Gary Graham Hughes


Corbyn recites Shelley: “You are many, they are few”

“Rise like lions after slumber/ In unvanquishable number/ Shake your chains to earth like dew/ Which in sleep had fallen on you/ You are many, they are few!”

por Jeremy Corbyn

Austerity Imposed

Greek politics: Checking the facts

Whereas Greece had been regarded by the German public as an idyllic holiday destination, overnight it became a crisis-ridden country full of artful dodgers and creative accountants that attracted torrents of derision, polemics and rancour from German politicians and media

por Axel Troost

Farewell to a friend and comrade

François Houtart and the Common Good of Humanity

His never flinching energy, his untiring enthusiasm were characteristic. It is an understatement to say he never stopped working, he never counted the hours. Never ever did he stop acting, till just a couple of hours before the end … for the very first time


Paris is burning

There is an emergent climate justice movement that insists on putting those who are most affected by climate change first and that brings together communities on the frontlines of resistance with indigenous people, environmentalists, trade unionists, and so many others

por James P. Hare

What does it mean for South Africa?

The Bayer-Monsanto merger examined

It further narrows the possibilities for alternative and more sustainable systems to be supported, such as agroecology, according to the African Centre for Biodiversity

por RLF Johannesburg

socio-ecological transformation

By the way, it actually works!

We wish to encourage interested readers to think about renewables and to motivate civil society activists and politicians to review their way of thinking in the field of energy politics

por Nadja Charaby
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