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Guest Blogs - recent posts we like

Fracking is the death spasm of a defunct economic order, by Paul Mobbs - 8 Mar -
Political support for fracking is not just about energy, writes Paul Mobbs. It reflects the greater ecological and resource crisis at the root of our current economic woes – and only postpones the essential shift to a new kind of economy. For eight months I’ve been travelling around England and Wales talking about ‘unconventional gas’ – shale gas, coal-bed methane and underground coal gasification, often erroneously conflated as ‘fracking’. This intensive period of work began last June, and continued into 2014 to meet the continued requests for talks.
London's hidden green spaces are its heart and lungs - 24 Feb -
Hidden in the back-streets and back-alleys of neglected estates, on railway sidings and in disused corners of the city, seemingly unnoticed by the hustle and bustle of the rat race, is a network of precious green space.There are 16 city farms in London and hundreds of community gardens and growing sites. Almost without exception they are independent charities, started by volunteers and treasured by their local communities.
Somerset Levels - the real battle is getting the Government to pay, by Oliver Tickell - 9 Feb -
Right wing media and politicians have chosen the Somerset Levels as their battle field for fighting the 'green' agenda. There is just one problem - the facts.

Network news

21/03/2014   Qatar 2022: Slavery, death and corruption

Migrant workers “no better than slaves” have suffered over 900 deaths on construction sites in Qatar’s 2022 World Cup city. Claims the world’s richest country per capita won its bid due to corruption have led to calls to rerun the vote. Join the campaign for migrant workers’ justice.

08/03/2014   US/EU trade agreement threatens democracy

StopTTIP is the UK part of an international campaign opposing the US/EU Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP), claiming it will give corporations excessive control over our society, degrading regulation on health & safety, food, environment, privacy, banking and much more. The NHS is now already ‘harmonised’ with the US corporate-access public health model.

25/02/2014   Legislation to make polluters pay in the Niger Delta

In 2011 the UN reported that cleaning up Shell’s pollution in Ogoniland would take at least 30 years and $1 billion of start up finance. But no money has been pledged by Shell and the clean-up has not happened. Now a new law could hold Nigeria’s polluters to account.