More than half of discretionary spending goes to the military. Only a tiny fraction addresses the most urgent threat to our security.
How can activists in the north and south work together to ensure a global just transition?
A rare earth elements project in Sweden is frozen because of non-compliance with environmental standards. But new European regulations on critical minerals could change that.
The United States leads the world in oil and natural gas production.
Powerful interests are still pushing Kyiv in the direction of fossil fuels and nuclear energy.
European carbon emission reductions might sound impressive, but they come with a big asterisk.
U.S. officials are portraying recent deals as wins for Guyana’s environment.
Developed countries must take responsibility for the climate crisis they initiated by paying reparations for developing countries, including mine.
Europe and the United States have to stop competing and start cooperating to avert climate catastrophe.
Wealthy countries are angling for access to the resources of poorer countries to power a “clean energy” transition. But this transition is about so much more than that.