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

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

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 aviation fight is back on
Kara Moses writes on direct action against airport expansion at Heathrow airport

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

Photos from the Fracked Future Carnival
Protesters challenged the frackers as they gathered in London for a conference today, reports Kara Moses

Damage limitation: shining a light on Bell Pottinger
Kara Moses and Tara Clarke explain why they glued themselves to the front door of one of the UK’s most influential public relations firms

Activist high
Ali Garrigan talks to Kara Moses about climbing the Shard, western Europe’s tallest building, for Greenpeace’s Save the Arctic campaign

Upping the ante at Balcombe: Reclaim the Power camp to join Sussex resistance
Fracking must be kept framed within its wider context of the dash for gas - and relocating the Reclaim the Power action camp to Balcombe will do just that, says Kara Moses

Confronting the climate crisis: interview
Kara Moses speaks to UCU's Graham Petersen ahead of the Campaign Against Climate Change Trade Union Group's conference bringing together climate scientists, trade unionists and environmental activists.

Bedroom tax: Lessons in morality from Iain Duncan Smith
Kara Moses reflects on the experience of protesting at the Tory minister’s mansion – and offers a glimpse of the luxury he enjoys while lecturing us about ‘fairness’