A Portuguese village on the front line of the ‘energy transition’
Covas de Barroso is facing the threat of an open-cast lithium mine, with just 10 days to respond to a public consultation.
Geothermal meets pastoral livelihoods in Kenya
The expansion of geothermal power in Kenya has impacted the Maasai and other residents, creating new divisions and tensions.
Comic: The Killing Famine
Comic about colonisation, mining and conservation in Madagascar, drawing on the history of enclosures of common grazing lands and forests.
‘Sedentist’ bias and the pastoral commons
Pastoralists are often marginalised from common land and resources, even by policies that claim to help them. Policies are based on a bias towards fixed, formalised land ownership.