Look behind the newly converted whale-loving type and there is likely to be an avid fossil-fuel lobbyist, or someone advocating the merits of nuclear energy, as Binoy Kampmark reports.
Cyclists joined climate activists in coordinated bicycle actions across nine countries in Asia on November 6, calling for reparations for climate debt, reports Susan Price.
Days after Glencore, the largest mining company in the world, announced an annual cap on thermal coal, details of its well-funded pro-coal campaign emerged.
Anti-coal campaigners have demanded reforms to limit the abuse of money politics.
A series of toxic tar sands oil pipelines are set to be built throughout North America. They are an environmental disaster waiting to happen.
More than 100 members of unions, aid and development organisations, health, environment and other groups rallied in Sydney on June 15 outside the Federal Parliament's Joint Standing Committee public hearing on the controversial Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP)-11 trade agreement. The rally was organised by the Australian Fair Trade and Investment Network (AFTINET).