Nina Lakhani

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21 11 2022 | 08:30

‘We couldn’t fail them’: how Pakistan’s floods spurred fight at Cop for loss and damage fund

With the deadly devastation fresh in the world’s mind, Pakistan pushed for damage funds with other frontline countries

06 11 2022 | 10:43

Climate ‘loss and damage’: why it’s such a big deal at Cop27

Global heating crisis is felt most by countries that are least to blame, so reparations are central to demands for climate justice Supercharged extreme weather events are striking every corner of…

05 11 2022 | 12:09

Revealed: rightwing US lobbyists help craft slew of anti-protest fossil fuel bills

Legislation drafted by Alec part of backlash against Indigenous communities and environmentalists opposing oil and gas projects Republican-led legislatures have passed anti-protest laws drafted by…

07 10 2022 | 08:05

‘I have a voice’: African activists struggle to attend UN climate talks in Egypt

Young campaigners from the continent most affected by the climate crisis face financial and accreditation difficulties for Cop27 African climate activists from some of the countries most affected…

21 09 2022 | 06:06

‘Africa is on the frontlines but not the front pages’: Vanessa Nakate on her climate fight

The new Unicef goodwill ambassador would like to see reparations from nations most responsible for climate crisis Vanessa Nakate knows what it’s like to be Black and overlooked. In January 2020, an…

29 01 2022 | 09:38

America’s hottest city is nearly unlivable in summer. Can cooling technologies save it?

Phoenix’s new ‘heat tsar’ is betting on less asphalt, more green canopy and reflective surfaces to cool the sprawling heat island A surge in heat-related deaths amid record-breaking summer…

26 12 2021 | 12:27

An act of rebellion’: the young farmers revolutionizing Puerto Rico’s agriculture

The island imports 85% of its food but these three farms are part of the agroecology movement that seeks food sovereignty and climate solutions Puerto Rico was once a thriving agricultural hub…

26 12 2021 | 12:13

Why the collapse of Biden’s Build Back Better would be a major blow to the climate fight

It would be almost impossible for the US to comply with its greenhouse gas reduction pledges without the $1.75tn package that Manchin refuses to support The collapse of Joe Biden’s Build Back…

17 11 2021 | 14:32

‘A death sentence’: Indigenous climate activists denounce Cop26 deal

Schemes such as carbon trading favored by polluting nations lead to ecologically destructive projects like biofuels and dams. Indigenous communities facing an upsurge in land grabs, water shortages…

26 03 2020 | 08:57

Mexico's deadly toll of environment and land defenders catalogued in report.

At least 83 murdered in 2012-2019, with a third of attacks targeting opponents of energy mega-projects At least 83 Mexican land and environment defenders were murdered between 2012 and 2019, while…