In Modi’s India, dissent is dangerous, writes Nilanjana Bhowmick.
Dinyar Godrej explains why the packaging industry loves shunting the blame on individual consumers
Dan Baron Cohen discovers unexpected solidarity with the Amazon in a country mired in violence and despair.
Adam Liebman explains why we need a less rosy notion of what actually happens to our recycling.
The mismanagement of Lebanon’s trash has brought citizens onto the streets – and the latest plans are also stoking outrage. But...
Attempts to solve Cairo’s garbage problems come up against a community whose livelihoods depend on refuse. Hisham Allam reports...
As election season approaches in Bahrain, Phil Miller explains why there won't be any radical changes on the cards.
Ahead of his upcoming film, Peterloo, Mike Leigh speaks to Sam Thompson about cinema, history and politics.
Jeff Bezos must be stopped, writes Mark Engler.
For our rising new world leader segment, Richard Swift profiles the Oxford-educated former playboy cricketer, and now, Prime...
Co-editor Dinyar Godrej pens an opening letter for the latest magazine: 'The dirt on waste'
Dinyar Godrej argues that consumption patterns in a wasteful society add up to much more than the sum of individual actions.