Carbon credits and the green desert
As the struggle for land and water resources in Brazil intensifies, Heidi Bachram discovers that the new carbon market is an added burden for vulnerable communities.
With some MPs now considering carbon rations as the cure-all for climate change, Heidi Bachram explores the effect it might have on the fuel-poor
The camp at the end of the world
As the impending climate crisis looms, Heidi Bachram takes a look at what direct action has to offer.
Don’t bank on it
With its poor track record on poverty, should the World Bank play a role in resolving the climate crisis?
What the US has done for us
While the US is not world-renowned for being progressive on climate issues, Heidi Bachram finds that grassroots movements there have something to teach environmentalists.