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Like the other Slow movements such as Slow Food and Slow Travel, we take time to do things properly. Instead of desperately trying to beat social media to breaking news stories, we focus on the values we all expect from quality journalism – accuracy, depth, context, analysis and expert opinion.Source
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The butterfly that roared

The butterfly that roared

On 28th January, Colombia’s transitional war crimes tribunal delivered its first indictment against an armed group for crimes committed during the country’s bloody civil war. Four years after the peace accords were signed, the experiences of many Colombians during the conflict are only just coming to light. One of the stories emerging is that of Crisálida, an LGBTQ collective that was brutalised by paramilitary forces occupying the small town of San Rafael – but which has emerged defiant and demanding justice “The butterfly vanished… Our brave soul, who fought for the LGBTQ population of...

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Moment that mattered: US oil prices turn negative

Moment that mattered: US oil prices turn negative

In 2020 we spoke to Pulitzer-winning author and energy expert Daniel Yergin about the day the price of oil plunged into negative territory for the first time. On 20th April US oil prices went negative for the first time in history, briefly falling to -$37.63 per barrel. From being worth over $60 a barrel in January, oil was – for a short time – something you had to pay people to take away. “It was a shock, yes, but it really was a one off,” says 73-year-old Daniel Yergin, an energy expert whose book about the global oil industry, The Prize, won a Pulitzer in 1992. “The oil supply was...

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