Greenpeace's Kumi Naidoo writes from a prison in Greenland about the effect deep water drilling in the Arctic could have on climate change.
Davos is not a revival meeting for the socially or ecologically aware, but many are starting to realise it's directly linked to their bottom line.
Panicked emails bounced from Blackberry to Blackberry in the world's wealthiest countries this week.
When 23,4million people around the world stood up and spoke out against poverty and inequality on October 17 as part of the Global Call to Action against Poverty campaign, they amplified the silent suffering of the poor into a roar. But what happens after that? We are witnessing a silent tsunami in the developing world, writes Kumi Naidoo.
When the cloud of apartheid still hovered over our heads, an atmosphere of fear pervaded the country, pushing its way into the thoughts of every activist -- the fear that the car trailing you might pull you into detention, the jolt of adrenalin that woke you when a car stopped outside your house at night, writes Kumi Naidoo.