Profile of George Monbiot
There is a virus sweeping the world. It infects opponents of the Bush government, sucks their brains out through their eyes and turns them into gibbering idiots....The disease is called Loose Change
The Ratcliffe miscarriage of justice underlines the need for a sweeping reform of the police
How can MPs represent us when they earn up to 95% of their income from outside interests? If there is one job which should command a person's undivided loyalties, it is surely the job of representing us.
Why is there a worldwide revolt against politics as usual? Because corporate globalisation has crushed democratic choice.
Donald Trump’s staff are drawn from an opaque network of corporate-funded thinktanks and fake grassroots campaigns
Far from curing isolation, consumerism intensifies social comparison to the point at which we start to prey upon ourselves
Preventing climate breakdown means defending democracy from plutocrats. It’s their interests versus the rest of humanity’s.
Grouse shooting is a sport for the rich but is subsidised by citizens
Keeping cattle or sheep on ranches is even more of a planet-busting indulgence
Andrea Leadsom's ideology urges her to see the environment as impediment to profit
Why should parties have to grovel to oligarchs to win elections? Or, for that matter, trade unions?
Unless something drastic happens, the next election threatens to become a contest between the Tories and UKIP.
If it is true that Britain will have to renegotiate its trade treaties, is this not the best chance we’ve had in decades to contain corporate power?
We do not release ourselves from the power of money by leaving the EU. We just exchange one version for another.
Neoliberalism redefines citizens as consumers, whose democratic choices are best exercised by buying and selling
That's how Bush, the c-in-c, starts by leading his soldiers in chants before plastering them with praise, and reminding them that (unlike those of any other workers in America) their pay, healthcare and housing are being upgraded.
"Cutting red tape" is everywhere portrayed as a good thing. In reality, it often means releasing business from democracy.
The religious conservatives are responsible for high abortion rates; they are responsible for the injury and death of women.
How my friend’s grandfather went rogue—my second winter’s tale for the festive season.
Children are being airbrushed from our towns and cities. No wonder they stay indoors.
We don't have to give up our washing machines and computers and spectacles to shed our ecological boredom and recover some measure of the freedom that has been denied to us.
As an astonishing scandal in Canada shows, journalists who should be challenging power work instead on its behalf.
We cannot create a successful alternative to the parties that have betrayed us until we start voting for it.
The US government, it seems, couldn't care less if it causes a humanitarian catastrophe in one of the world's poorest nations.
An astonishing money creation scheme from the 1930s that could help to save the Greek economy.