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JD Vance, who has many of the same policy positions that many American Catholic conservatives hold, at a rally in Ohio in 2021. AP Photo/Jeff Dean

What is Catholic Integralism?

Catholic Integralists believe that religious values – specifically Christian ones – should guide government policies. They oppose liberalism, which they view as valuing individualism and liberty.
A scientist checks on a young bull shark in Texas. Philip Matich

Baby bull sharks are thriving in Texas and Alabama bays as the Gulf of Mexico warms

The Gulf Coast has seen big jumps in baby bull shark numbers. As adults, these are among the most aggressive species of sharks, but the babies aren’t cause for concern, as three scientists explain.
The mayor of Montréal, Valérie Plante, the mayor of Chicago, Brandon Johnson, and his counterpart from Milwaukee, Cavalier Johnson, at the annual conference of the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Cities Initiative, on May 15, 2024 in Montréal. Cities must unite to discuss their major issues. (Canadian Press/Ryan Remiorz)

Cities around the world share many challenges. To address them, they need to develop science diplomacy

What will our daily lives be like in 50 years’ time? What will our challenges be? Scientific data and analysis are essential, and municipal diplomacy is the key to sharing knowledge.
People make their way through downtown Ottawa on June 18, 2024, as temperatures hit 32 C in what meteorologists are calling a heat dome. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Sean Kilpatrick

Attributing Canada’s June heat wave to climate change is an important step in adapting to a warmer world

A landmark report has clearly attributed the June heat wave in Canada to climate change. The lessons from this report can help inform climate policy in a changing Canada.
The Soweto Electricity Crisis Committee and PanAfrican Climate Justice Alliance protest against coal and for renewable energy in Johannesburg on 20 March 2024. Courtesy Patrick Bond

South Africa’s new environment minister must focus on people, not profits from fossil fuels – climate ecologist

South Africa’s new environment minister has a strong business background, but the country needs a renewable energy champion who’ll also protect communities from fossil fuel corporates.
A man tries to cool down his daughter outside the Lincoln Memorial in June in Washington, D.C. June 2024 was the hottest June on record, according to Europe’s Copernicus climate service. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)

Struggling to discuss climate change with older relatives? These 3 scenarios can help

Climate change is a difficult subject at the best of times, even more so when discussing it with older relatives. These three scenarios can help you navigate these discussions.
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‘Knowledge keeps the fires burning’: how ancient Indigenous wisdom can transform our battle against climate change

When it comes to climate change in Australia, the fires of Knowledge are burning bright. This NAIDOC Week, it’s time Indigenous Knowledges are heard.

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