At some point, governments will start using more sticks than carrots to break our deadly dependence on fossil fuels. How will humanity respond?
We all think that climate change is somebody else’s problem. We have to be persuaded otherwise.
Europe is ahead of much of the world in combining decarbonization with an equitable shift to clean energy. And it’s still not enough.
African countries need investments, China needs raw materials, and African activists are fed up with the resulting corruption and environmental damage.
Allowing extractive industries to file expensive lawsuits over environmental regulations could undermine whatever agreements might be reached at COP26 in Glasgow.
If economic growth ushered in this era of climate change, how can economic growth also be part of the solution?
The Build Back Better program isn’t just inadequate on climate—it may be a disaster. Here’s what movements are demanding next.
The Biden administration and other governments may make climate pledges. But often it’s indigenous-led movements who will see that they’re kept.
Taking the fight directly to corporations — many of which are more powerful than governments — can be incredibly effective.
The fact that India is well on its way to full-fledged authoritarianism hasn’t factored into the Biden administration’s approach to the “world’s largest democracy.”