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Exploring and opposing green capitalism

On 8 May Corporate Watch held a symposium on green capitalism,

Iraqi deportations: the airlines helping the Home Office deport refugees to war zones

The Home Office is trying to deport dozens of refugees to

The Hostile Environment: turning the UK into a nation of border cops

A run-down of the Home Office’s “hostile environment” measures against migrants,

People behind Cuadrilla win state approval to keep identities secret

UK fracking company and target of environmental protest, Cuadrilla, is using

Drax’s dirty energy

Ahead of Drax’s AGM, Biofuel Watch, give us the low down

Economics for a finite planet

As part of our Green Capitalism project, one contributor, Benjamin, gives

The Round-Up: rough sleeper immigration raids and charity collaboration

Homelessness outreach charities are helping Immigration Enforcement round up and deport

Underground Coal Gasification scrapped in the UK

The government announced yesterday that it will not support Underground Coal

Climate change solutions: false, fictional and dangerous

Almuth Ernsting from Biofuelwatch explores why sci-fi climate change solutions are

Eurotunnel: death at the fences, profits for Goldman Sachs

At least 15 people were killed in or around the Channel

Ten years since Climate Camp: return to Drax

Biofuelwatch explain why we still need to axe Drax ten years

An A-Z of Green Capitalism

Our guide to Green Capitalism, explaining the dangers of this new

Immigration Detention Centres factsheet

It can be hard to keep track of the shadowy world

Home Office quietly advertises £80 million privatisation of Calais border security

By Calais Research Network. While the UK’s plans for the “Great

Snitches, Stings & Leaks: how Immigration Enforcement works

The Byron Hamburgers “sting” was no one-off. This report, analysing leaked