For many, the Paris Agreement was a breakthrough, yet its focus on cooperation and joint action is not enough to tackle the climate crisis.
What can Shakespeare teach us about climate action?
When researchers create narratives that invite communities into the storytelling, the outcome can be more responsive, relevant, and just.
Is limiting population growth key to climate change?
Scientists and climate ethicists argue that more attention needs to be given to population growth’s role in the climate crisis.
Investing in clean energy research: How likely are we to phase out fossil fuels?
Major world economies are investing more in green technologies, but how optimistic should we be?
How can we leverage heritage in a changing global climate?
The relationship between climate action and our shared cultural heritage is often overlooked, though no less important when it comes to building resiliency and adapting to climate change.
Focusing on trust is one way to advance climate justice
Deepening trust in relationships by broadening and diversifying them could improve climate efforts on the global scale.
Climate finance today has greater reach, but more private influence
As climate finance becomes increasingly private and debt-based, both risk slowing long-term decarbonization and a shift of power away from government toward market actors.
Does responsible climate leadership include research into solar geoengineering?
Very little is known about the effects of solar geoengineering interventions, and many researchers agree that research as well as deployment should be carefully governed.
Climate change and the city
With increasing rates of urbanization and its detrimental effects on the environment, reducing the risk posed by “urban climate change” requires more research to prepare ourselves for an uncertain future.
Today’s green investment is tomorrow’s emission reduction — models must grasp this
How ignoring the dynamics of the energy transition leads to overestimating transition cost and unjustified delay of climate action.