To stop the BBC interviewing climate deniers, we need to make climate change less boring
To stop cranks like Lord Lawson getting airtime, we need to provoke more interesting debates around climate change than whether it's real or not, writes Leo Barasi

Join the Rolling Resistance to the frackers
Al Wilson invites you to take part in a month of anti-fracking action in Lancashire with Reclaim the Power

Changing our attitude to Climate Change
Paul Allen of the Centre for Alternative Technology spells out what we need to do to break through the inaction over climate change

Don’t delay – ditch coal
Take action this month with the Coal Action Network. By Anne Harris

Airport expansion is a racist policy
Climate change is a colonial crisis, writes Jo Ram

Resisting airport expansion, from the ZAD to Heathrow
Kelvin Mason speaks to John Jordan who is squatting the site of a planned airport in France

It’s happening: 2016 is the year of climate disobedience
Kara Moses describes a season of record-breaking milestones in the fight against climate change

Reclaim the Power sets up camp in Wales
Kelvin Mason reports from Reclaim the Power's camp against opencast mining in Wales, looking at its organisation and future actions

From Russia to Colombia, the villages destroyed by Britain’s coal addiction
Anne Harris reports on the people being made homeless because of mining to feed the UK's coal-fired power stations

Heathrow 13: Don’t make us ‘heroes’ – this is everyone’s struggle
Alistair Tamlit, one of the 13 climate protesters who narrowly avoided jail this week, reflects on the pitfalls of labelling activists who do high-profile actions as 'heroes'

13 climate criminals who should be in jail
As the Heathrow 13 face prison for protesting against airport expansion, Tom Walker lists the real climate offenders

Together we’re unstoppable: why this is the year to turn the tide
As the Heathrow 13 face jail, the best way to support them is to get active, writes Rosa Fields

2016: a year of escalation for climate action
After the predictable failure of the Paris climate talks to deliver anything meaningful, 2016 must be the year we escalate grassroots activism to do more in a year than our governments have done in 21, writes Sam Blacksmith

We don’t need more runways – we need to tax frequent flyers
Stopping a third runway at Heathrow takes us only so far. A frequent-flyer levy would solve the aviation problem altogether, writes Leo Murray

The corporate capture of the climate talks
Pascoe Sabido from Corporate Europe Observatory looks at how the Paris summit has been co-opted by polluters

Adapting to change
The impact of climate change on human migration could be profound. But the relationship between the two is far more complicated than many suggest, writes Alex Randall

Paris attacks and the climate summit: we can and must become stronger from this
Untimely acts of war have a long history of destroying blossoming social movements. We must make the links, argues Kara Moses: oil is the common factor between terrorism and climate change

Everything you need to know about the climate mobilisations in Paris
World governments are about to meet in Paris to negotiate a global agreement on climate change. But the real action will be in the streets, says Kara Moses

On 'D12', we will draw our red lines in Paris
John Jordan writes on the climate justice movement's call for mass disobedience in Paris on 12 December, and beyond

Come to Paris – and help create a climate movement beyond the summits
Throughout November and December, Red Pepper will be running a series of articles in the run up to the climate talks in Paris. Red Pepper environment editor Kara Moses kicks off with some reasons to go to Paris beyond trying to influence a broken process.

The Corbynomics of energy
Behind the media smokescreen, how green is Jeremy Corbyn? Alan Simpson digs deeper into Corbyn's energy policies

Time to Act! conference 2015
Ken Montague, Secretary of the Campaign against Climate Change Trade Union Group, explains what's on at a major national conference in Sheffield on 19 September

Shutting down a coal mine on the road through Paris
Last weekend fifteen hundred people from across the world shut down one of the most destructive coal mines on the planet. Morten Thaysen was there.

Earth First! Summer Gathering
You are invited to Earth First! Summer Gathering on 19 - 24 August in the Peak District

Dirty money
Jo Ram asks how the growing fossil fuel divestment movement can deliver radical change

Artwash
BP has been on the receiving end of a sustained campaign to end oil sponsorship of the arts. Mel Evans explains why this is an important issue to target

We need to reclaim the power, now more than ever
Kara Moses explains the issues behind the upcoming Reclaim the Power climate action camp at Didcot power station

Runway of dreams
Justine Hammond reports on five years of resistance to airport expansion

A good climate for business
Sean Farmelo reports from the Lima climate conference and reflects on what the global climate movement needs to learn before the Paris conference this year

Kayaks versus coal ships: taking action with The Pacific Climate Warriors
Hannah Fair reports from the low-lying Pacific Islands, under imminent threat from climate change, where The Pacific Climate Warriors are taking direct action against the fossil fuels industry.