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France destroys North Niger. Will the EU or UN act?

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Tens of thousands of people in Niger’s Arlit are exposed to often deadly radiation coming from the uranium mines around the city. AREVA, owned by the French State for over …

New video tutorial on how to use the Ej-Atlas best

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University of East Anglia’s Massive Open Online Course on Environmental Justice has a 6-minute video tutorial on the Ej-Atlas.If you find it hard to maneuver in the Ej-Atlas, this tutorial …

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

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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.

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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

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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 palm oil crisis in Nigeria – and beyond

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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

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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 …

Indian authorities accused of ‘drowning the homes of 40,000 families’

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By Nick Meynen. This article has been published by Common Dreams on 4 August and by The Ecologist on 8 August. The Sardar Sarovar Dam in India is already one of …

China has a plan – Peak Coal and the new Silk Road

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This Article is written by Joan Martinez Alier and Federico Demaria and has been by the Ecologist on 25th July.China’s contribution to global climate change will increase from oil and …

Environmentalism under Fire

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By Burag Gurden. Similar writings by Burag Gurden have recently been published in the Ecologist and several other blogs and media. This article refers to all writings by the same …

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