The farmers’ protest in India: what’s it all about?
by Amrita Dasgupta, PhD Candidate, SOAS The farmers’ protest in India has been on-going for two months – and with more than half of Indians working on farms, this is a big concern, and a huge national affair. Initially it started as a regional protest in Punjab and Haryana. However, it soon turned out to be […]
It’s time to break out your ‘Save the Rainforest’ T-Shirt – and reflect on your consumption and voting habits while you’re at it
Escalating environmental and social destruction in Brazil needs to be stopped urgently to protect vital biomes and their inhabitants in order to halt further deforestation, extinction and global warming. Why should we care and what can we do?
What have we learned about Empowerment and Accountability in fragile/violent places?
Duncan Green makes the case for building an emotional ecosystem as the enabling environment for action, and for positive deviance, despite the challenges both pose to business as usual for aid organisations.
There Are Better Ways To Fight Poverty Than Giving Money To Corporations
“By focusing their branding and marketing around an important societal issue, corporations advance self-serving industrial agendas, thereby avoiding social backlash.”
Kenya’s death penalty plan for poachers has stirred a hornet’s nest
Should the death penalty be considered as part of legitimate “action” for biodiversity?
Why Humanosphere’s hibernation matters – and what we can do about it
On 1st July, Humanosphere is taking a break – possibly never to return…