Climate Change Articles
Just as 2020 comes to a close, more climate pledges have been announced across Europe setting ambitious targets for 2030. But are they enough to meet the landmark Paris Agreement?
Hurricane Iota; the strongest hurricane many Caribbean countries have ever experienced generated huge destruction. Read here to find out more.
Indigenous groups are often marginalized within Climate Change discourse yet they offer unique ways of adaptation. How can we incorporate indigenous knowledge into research and help amplify the voices of the unheard?
A historical new role for John Kerry in Joe Biden’s cabinet places climate change front and centre for US climate policy.
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?
In May 2020, Supercyclone Amphan hit Bengal in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. Further exploitation of the natural environment means that Bengal is unlikely to be the last victim of these ‘double-disasters’.