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Shrinking civil space and persistent logging: 2023 in review in Southeast Asia

Click here to view original web page at news.mongabay.com Home to the third-largest expanse of tropical rainforest and some of the world’s fastest-growing economies, Southeast...

15 movement victories in 2023 you may not have heard about

Click here to view original web page at breachmedia.ca From divesting from fossil fuels, to repealing the ...

Canada’s agricultural policies need to better serve local farmers and communities

Click here to view original web page at theconversation.com Canada’s current agricultural production model is unsustainable and in desperate need of reform. A range of...

The Right to Repair and Other Forms of Peer Creativity

Click here to view original web page at www.resilience.org repair cafe Can creativity flourish and remain within the control of commoners? Or will businesses...

How nonprofits owning their own space can help communities in Ontario thrive

Click here to view original web page at theonn.ca Recently, I met up with a friend of mine at her pottery studio. She is an...

How a group in Ecuador protects 10% of the world’s bird species

Click here to view original web page at news.mongabay.com The Jocotoco Foundation, an Ecuadorian non-profit organization, has carved out a distinctive approach to nature conservation...

Dear politicians: to solve our food bank crisis, curb corporate greed and implement a basic income

Click here to view original web page at theconversation.com Have you noticed the line ups for the food banks in your city? (Or have you...

When ‘rights’ divide: Trans kids need supportive families

Click here to view original web page at theconversation.com Protests in support of “parental rights” have taken place across Canada in recent months. Many taking...

For Indigenous communities in Alberta, the oil industry has left an ugly stain

Click here to view original web page at ricochet.media Facing oil spills, evacuations and illness — nations downstream of the oil sands grieve their way...

Why won’t Canada repair access to government information?

Click here to view original web page at www.nationalmagazine.ca Mounting delays are eroding our trust in democracy. ...

Time to hit the rich with a wealth tax

Click here to view original web page at spon.ca After years of the rich getting richer, they’re now getting spectacularly richer — while most Canadians...

Forest restoration to boost biomass doesn’t have to sacrifice tree diversity

Click here to view original web page at news.mongabay.com Restoring degraded forests to boost biodiversity, store carbon and reconnect fragmented habitats is a burgeoning area...

What the EU Can Learn from Africa

Click here to view original web page at www.ipsnews.net Many African countries are mainstreaming migration governance for greater coherence and inclusivity. Europe can draw some...

Chemical recycling of plastic not so fantastic, report finds

Click here to view original web page at news.mongabay.com A new report by NGOs International Pollutants Elimination Network (IPEN) and Beyond Plastics scrutinizes the chemical...

International statement calls for a UN Rapporteur on Democracy

Click here to view original web page at www.democracywithoutborders.org A statement calling on the United Nations to appoint a special rapporteur on democracy has been...

Real Public Investments in British Columbia Can Debunk the “Big Spending” Myth

Click here to view original web page at jacobin.com Business groups will always carp about “overspending,” but in British Columbia declines in public spending have...
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