Populism is currently on the retreat across much of the world as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic. But will this be permanent? Has the pandemic exposed an alternative type of leadership that is more suitable to responding to future crises such as Climate Change?
Rising sea levels pose a huge threat to many island nations in the South Pacific with their very way of life at risk. But why might our portrayal of these nations as climate change 'victims' be considered problematic? In what ways can 'Climate Justice' be achieved for the South Pacific?