Activists are figuring out what went wrong at the climate summit and what to do next.
The G-8 powers are willing to do just about anything to get a deal in Copenhagen. But the urgency doesn't come from a desire to stop climate change.
The Copenhagen summit has witnessed the coming of age of a genuine, global and muscular mass movement on behalf of climate action.
One lesson we've learned from the economic crisis is that it's even more crucial during the holiday season to give more meaningfully.
The "Seattle coalition" for fair trade has suffered some setbacks, but on the whole we have filled the political space we created in the tear gas and drizzle a decade ago.
A decade after Seattle, there is no WTO expansion. But there is also no WTO turnaround.
In dozens of recent Congressional contests, fair traders have replaced free traders.
The prochoice movement stops playing nice in the fight for healthcare reform.
Promising local initiatives are pointing the way forward for national policy.
Some of the best activism is happening in Britain—but in policy terms, payoff has been slight.