Koalas, the popular but endangered marsupial native, seem to have been the cause of a ruckus inside the NSW Coalition, writes Jim McIlroy.
A Baakindji woman and water activist has been unfairly charged for a protest in March. Supporters plan to gather outside the court, reports Paul Oboohov.
Amnesty International has presented a petition with almost 400,000 signatures to the United States Consulate calling on the US government to drop the charges against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, reports Jim McIlroy.
Extinction Rebellion has taken its message of quit the bullshit and tell the truth about the climate emergency to News Corp’s doors, reports Kerry Smith.
Activists from across the world are ramping up their campaign against the latest United States and British attacks on Venezuela's sovereignty, reports Jim McIlroy.
Residents in Sydney’s Inner West are joining the push back against those wanting to lift the ban on uranium mining in New South Wales, reports Pip Hinman.
Members of the United Workers Union employed by Officeworks are battling to secure jobs, pay and conditions, reports Jim McIlroy.
Galilee Blockade activists are keeping up their protest outside the headquarters of insurance giant AON over its support for Adani’s coal mine in the Galilee Basin, reports Coral Wynter.
The people of Sydney are facing not one, but five proposed waste incinerators, writes Susan Price. If built, they would create thousands of tonnes of toxic ash per year and release dangerous air pollutants.
The police officer charged with the murder of a Yamatji woman wants the trial moved from Perth to Geraldton. Deborah Green explains this would prejudice the outcome of the case due to the town's renown racism.
Cairns local councillor and former Queensland MP Rob Pyne speaks to Green Left about his time in state parliament and why he is promoting socialism today.
Swedish climate campaigner Greta Thunberg has urged world leaders to consider the fate of the world’s poorest people before decisions are made about climate policy, writes Pip Hinman.
Community activist Pauline Galvin is standing as part of the Sue Bolton Moreland Team for a spot in the Moreland City Council in the elections on October 24.
Peter Boyle argues growing inequality is not just unfair, it increases the power of vested interests to ignore the climate emergency and seek bigger subsidies for a recession-recovery plan built around the expansion of fossil fuel exports.
People from all over the globe have been moved to join the fight to drive Islamic State from the liberated zones of Kobanî and Raqqa in north-east Syria. Green Left caught up with Jamon Hartzer about why he tried to help and what happened when he did.
Dozens of disruptions and hundreds of climate rebels arrested over seven days marked Extinction Rebellion's Spring Rebellion in Naarm (Melbourne) last October. Film by Zebedee Parkes.
Despite appearances, the federal government is continuing to drag its feet on stopping the export of toxic waste to poor countries, reports Patrick McDonald.
Opponents of the federal push for a national nuclear waste dump near Kimba, South Australia, argue it is unnecessary and dangerous, writes Renfrey Clarke.
It is no accident that nuclear energy has resurfaced in the public debate as a more widespread public understanding about the necessary transition to renewables takes place, anti-nuclear activists tell Paul Gregoire.
Long-term health care worker Zeta Henderson argues that the main lesson to be drawn from this second wave of COVID-19 in Victoria is that health care must be run as a service to the community.
US President Donald Trump has done his utmost to encourage far-right militia groups by rationalising their actions and expressing a broad ideological continuity with the white nationalist philosophy that underscores them, writes Rupen Savoulian.
Jono Mi Lo and Dirk Kelly discuss American Carnage, a short documentary looking at the renewal of the Black Lives Matter movement, particularly in the United States.
On October 25, Chile will hold a historic plebiscite to get rid of the Pinochet-era constitution that served the dictatorship and the theft that surrounded it, writes Yo Apruebo Sydney.
Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the long-drawn-out conflict at the Escobal silver mine in Guatemala — the second-largest in the world — is intensifying, writes Yanis Iqbal.
Trump's demagogic intervention dominated the recent Republican Convention, writes Barry Sheppard.
Having reported on the long, epic ordeal of Julian Assange, John Pilger gave this address outside the Central Criminal Court in London on September 7 as the WikiLeaks editor’s extradition hearing entered its final stage.
Activist and writer David Graeber called himself a “small ‘a’ anarchist”, eschewed dogma and demonstrated a willingness to look beyond labels to the actual praxis of groups and individuals, writes John Tully.
On September 7, Julian Assange will leave his cell in Belmarsh Prison in London and attend a hearing that will determine his fate, writes Vijay Prashad.
The Robbery of Nature demonstrates the importance of understanding nature and society with a Marxist perspective, writes Neville Spencer.
Jane Mayer’s book reveals how a small group of libertarian capitalists in the United States pushed their ideology into the mainstream — and ultimately shifted public opinion and government policy, writes Sean Walsh.