At first glance, the COVID-19 crisis appears to have nothing to do with the climate emergency. Over the last month, COVID-19 has eclipsed climate change and many other global challenges as the most pressing issue we face worldwide. Between learning
In the social madness of the last few days, there is no shortage of people who ironize about Greta Thunberg, who nevertheless carried on her global strike for the climate online. Someone less informed might ask what happened to the
With evidence continuously piling up throughout the year, temperature records were broken worldwide; the Greenland ice sheet was faced with unprecedented melting; and, as the end of 2019 approached, blazing temperatures resulted in detrimental wildfires in Australia. Now scientists have
We are now in a climate emergency and 2020 will be a critical year in the fight for the survival of the planet. The battleground is triple: climate change, biodiversity, and the ocean. What happens in one affects the other
2019 marked a turning point in the world fight against climate change with a wave of protests from the younger generations led by Greta Thunberg. Climate grief is growing exponentially and our contributor, environmental novelist and activist Annis Pratt Ph.D.
Supporting good governance will help, not hinder, the transition from extractives to clean energy in low- and middle-income countries. This summer, the British charity Cafod lambasted the UK government for allocating a small portion of its foreign aid budget to helping low-
The climate emergency makes the comparison between humans and dinosaurs inescapable: Both face extinction from a climate crisis. But with a difference. The dinosaurs didn’t bring it on themselves. An asteroid hitting Earth and a giant volcano did it for