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The $3bn bargain: how China dominates Pacific mining, logging and fishing

One country dominates the Pacific’s resources extraction. Guardian analysis of trade data has revealed that China received more than half the total tonnes of seafood,

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Brazil: aerial photos reveal devastation by goldminers on indigenous land

Rare and disturbing aerial photographs have laid bare the devastation being inflicted on Brazil’s largest indigenous reserve by thousands of wildcat goldminers whose illegal activities

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‘Dig coal to save the climate’: the folly of Cumbria’s plans for a new coalmine

It was in early 2019 that I first heard about the proposals for a new coalmine in Cumbria. It happened almost by chance. I was

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Australian court finds government has duty to protect young people from climate crisis

The federal court of Australia has found the environment minister, Sussan Ley, has a duty of care to protect young people from the climate crisis

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A year on from the Juukan Gorge destruction, Aboriginal sacred sites remain unprotected

The Western Australian government has refused to commit to a moratorium on approving the destruction of Aboriginal heritage sites, despite the recommendation of a Senate

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The Nationals’ victory in Upper Hunter byelection may owe more to Berejiklian and Hanson than John Barilaro | Anne Davies

New South Wales Nationals leader John Barilaro has proclaimed “the Nationals are back” and all but declared victory for Dave Layzell in the coalmining and

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Gaza damage and Glasgow raids: human rights this fortnight in pictures

Peruvian rival presidential candidates Pedro Castillo (left), of the Perú Libre party, and Keiko Fujimori, of the Fuerza Popular party, bump fists at the signing