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18 November 2010

The long march in Bangladesh: interview with a march organiser

The people of Bangladesh are among the poorest in the world. Wages are so low that they undercut those of China in many industries.

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17 November 2010

Fast news

More jumpers: PRIVATISED ENERGY giant British Gas has dropped its charm offensive of lower prices to customers with a 7% rise in gas and electricity bills this winter...

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20 September 2010

The Scale of the Problem of Environmental Threats

The scale of the environmental threats facing us need to be understood, so that the difficulty in mitigating and then eliminating them can be estimated...

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20 September 2010

A programme for sustainable growth

A long-term programme of investment in renewable energy sources must be a priority, leading to the progressive replacement of oil, gas, coal-fired and nuclear power stations...

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20 September 2010

The Kyoto agreement

The fiasco over the Kyoto agreement is a good example to demonstrate the inability of the capitalist system to tackle the crisis...

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20 September 2010

A Socialist Plan for Sustainability

Environmental intensity is the key factor in trying to deal with the environmental effects of increased consumption, and there are three ways a reduction in its value can be achieved...

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Socialism 2010

Socialism 2010

15 September 2010

Socialism 2010: How can we save the environment?

Most scientific and political commentators now accept that the human race has to take action to avert catastrophic damage to our planet and to our societies which depend on its resources, writes Stephen Turnbull, Walthamstow Socialist Party.

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Arctic Sea Ice Volume chart from PIOMAS (Pan-Arctic Ice-Ocean Modeling and Assimilation System), photo PIOMAS (Pan-Arctic Ice-Ocean Modeling and Assimilation System)

Arctic Sea Ice Volume chart from PIOMAS

30 June 2010

Challenging the global warming sceptics

"The majority of the British public is still not convinced that climate change is caused by humans", the Guardian reported on 22 June, writes Pete Mason.

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Extent of surface oil slick on May 24 2010, photo NASA

Extent of surface oil slick on May 24 2010, photo NASA

2 June 2010

Oil spill is 'worst environmental disaster' to hit US

THE OIL spill in the Gulf of Mexico following the fatal explosion on the BP leased Deepwater Horizon oil rig has exceeded the Exxon Valdez catastrophe of 1989, when eleven million gallons of crude oil devastated the pristine Alaskan coastline...

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3 March 2010

Nationalise the energy giants

THE ENERGY companies are screwing workers by refusing to slash bills, even though wholesale prices have fallen in the last year, writes Yet the weak and inept Labour ministers cannot even comprehend that the announcement of a proposal to renationalise British Gas, Scottish Power and the rest of these modern highwaymen would send their poll ratings into the stratosphere..

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10 February 2010

Fast news

Energy price shock: AHEAD OF its expected announcement of an "embarrassingly high" record 540 million profit for 2009, British Gas has announced a small cut in consumer prices of 7%...

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Climate change demo December 2007, photo Paul Mattsson

Climate change demo December 2007, photo Paul Mattsson

9 December 2009

Climate change summit: Coming up short in Copenhagen

Paying the price of global warming: TENS OF thousands of people marched through central London to the Houses of Parliament on Saturday 5 December to demand action from the Labour government, and the world's leaders, ahead of the Copenhagen summit on climate change, writes Dave Carr.

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2 December 2009

Fast news

Unauthorised greed: THE SUPREME Court ruled last week that the UK's high street banks can continue to apply excessive charges on customers' unauthorised overdrafts...

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18 November 2009

Labour pushes nuclear plants

THE GOVERNMENT has fast-tracked the building of ten new nuclear stations - riding roughshod over the objections of local communities, and ignoring cost and safety concerns...

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28 October 2009

Energy giant 'fanciful to the point of paranoia'

Goliath got a bloody nose on 21 October, when the attempt by Scottish and Southern Energy (SSE) to use anti-terror legislation against blacklisted construction worker Steve Acheson was thrown out by the High Court...

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21 October 2009

Giant energy company hounds unemployed electrician

Blacklisted electrician and Unite member Steve Acheson has been protesting outside Fiddlers Ferry power station, Warrington, since his unfair dismissal by contractors in December 2008, writes A Merseyside Socialist Party member.

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21 October 2009

Fast news

Their morals: DAVID WILSHIRE, the Tory MP for Spelthorne, said (much to the relief of Tory leader David Cameron) that he wouldn't seek re-election, following allegations that he had siphoned 105,500 in parliamentary expenses into a private company - Moorlands Research Services - owned by himself and his partner...

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23 September 2009

Energy rip-off

ONCE AGAIN the 'big six' UK energy companies have stuck two fingers up to demands that they reduce the prices charged to consumers...

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15 September 2009

Coventry Socialist Party councillors show support for Vestas

Motion for full council meeting on Tuesday 15 September 2009: This motion forms part of the solidarity campaign. Socialist Party councillors and members fully support the Vestas workers' campaign, including stopping the blades leaving the factory. We intend to use...

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17 June 2009

News in brief

Boot boys: SIX LONDON Met police officers have been suspended from duties over allegations of torturing criminal suspects...

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