Who Pays for the Climate Debt?
By Silvia Cesa-Bianchi It never feels comfortable, and I believe it should not, to write about climate injustice from a
Nature Rights are Human Rights: The UN Human Rights Council Resolution on the Right to a Safe, Clean, Healthy and Sustainable Environment
By Claire Nevin In October 2021, the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) passed the much-awaited Resolution 48/13, which
Analysis: The 6th Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change
By Alexander Vrabtchev The 6th Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) was published at a time
COP26: US-China Joint Declaration Pledges Enhanced Cooperation to Tackle Climate Change
Hours after the COP26 draft agreement was first released, the US and China surprised the international community by publicly pledging to work jointly on cutting down their respective greenhouse gas emissions.
COP26 and the Climate Crisis: Draft Agreement Avoids Tackling Critical Issues as World Leaders Continue to Pass the Buck
COP26's world leaders have attempted to find resolutions, but the sentiment echoed since the event is that not enough has been done in terms of real commitment to act.
The Potential of the COP26 Declaration on Forests and Land Use as a Nature-Based Solution to the Climate Crisis
The Glasgow Leaders’ Declaration on Forests and Land Use, the first major announcement of the COP26, commits 137 countries, including Brazil, China and Indonesia, to “halt and reverse” deforestation by 2030.