Historian Andrew Pearmain reviews Rupert Read’s collection of essays reflecting on Extinction Rebellion
Caroline Lucas calls on the government to be far more ambitious in its supposed green recovery
Green Councillor Cleo Lake asks Bristol Mayor to push for government slave trade reparations
The full list of candidates for the Green Party Executive elections have been finalised
Dr Megan Argo weighs up the benefits and risks of launching too many satellites into the Earth’s orbit
Natalie Bennett reviews Many Mouths: The Politics of Food in Britain from the Workhouse to the Welfare State

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Features
Susie O’Connor looks back at the trans people of colour activists influential in the early LGBT+ rights movement
Rupert Read and Emma Dawnay discuss how Brexit can be made to work for the environment
The European Green Party Council met to discuss Europe’s post-coronavirus recovery
Navasha Wray discusses the importance of re-examining Britain’s colonial past
Covid-19 pandemic

As much of the world goes into lockdown to prevent the spread of the Covid-19 virus, hopes are already being invested into the development of a vaccine as a way out of the crisis. However, aside from being several months away, large questions remain over who will develop the vaccine, how much it will cost and who will have access to it. Alan Story explores the case for a patent-free vaccine in the same vein as that developed to eradicate polio in the 1950s.

Green Party Deputy Leader Amelia Womack calls for Brexit to be delayed in light of the Covid-19 outbreak
Green councillor Gina Dowding calls for a community approach to supporting the vulnerable during the Covid-19 outbreak
Alan Story explores the race to find a Covid-19 vaccine and how its patenting could price millions out
Green peer Natalie Bennett calls for a universal basic income to support workers during coronavirus outbreak
Black Lives Matter

The US is convulsing with protest over the shocking murder of African American George Floyd by a Minneapolis police officer, who kneeled on his neck for eight minutes, suffocating him. Solidarity protests have broken out across the world, demanding an end to institutional racism in the US and everywhere. Green World talks to two Green representatives in the US and UK about the fight for equality and justice for the black community.

Susie O’Connor looks back at the trans people of colour activists influential in the early LGBT+ rights movement
Navasha Wray discusses the importance of re-examining Britain’s colonial past
Green Councillor Cleo Lake asks Bristol Mayor to push for government slave trade reparations
Dr Shahrar Ali comments on the racial and social inequality laid bare by the current pandemic
Air Quality
Rising demand for study of the links between air pollution, ethnicity and Covid-19 deaths
An open letter demands governments to avoid Covid-19 aviation industry bailouts.
Diego Pedraza Lahoz, campaigner at Stay Grounded, considers the future of the aviation industry
Jenny Bates, campaigner at Friends of the Earth, explores the impacts of an expanded Heathrow