Increased droughts, floods, and storms due to climate change are eroding African food security. New research shows that agricultural and cereal aid are not helping.
Could we go beyond removing CO2 from the atmosphere and actually use it in the building blocks of the future?
Loss and damage from climate change has already cost hundreds of billions of dollars. Professors A. Karim Ahmed and Audrey Chapman propose a mechanism to address the moral and financial debt owed by highly industrialised nations.
Artists have a key role to play in communicating the climate crisis to the public, as they are communications specialists, says Ian McLachlan, co-organiser of Earthsong at COP26.
The International Finance Corporation is trialling a new ‘green equity’ approach. Kate Geary from Recourse talks about why this is important, and what needs improving to phase out fossil fuel finance.
Following their new report, BankTrack’s Hannah Greep discusses The Equator Principles’ failure to mobilise climate finance or protect human and Indigenous rights.
A recent study showed that 78% of global climate science funding flows to European and North American institutions. Dr. Quan-Hoang Vuong gives his perspective on why this is a problem for the planet.
The Director of the UK’s Conservative Environment Network sets out his vision for sustainable farming in the UK.
Trees are worth much more to humanity alive than dead, say 500 scientists in an open letter to leaders in the EU, US and East Asia