Is ‘climate anxiety’ a reasonable response to impending environmental catastrophe? Or a problem to see a mental health professional about?
Recognizing the challenges posed by climate-induced displacement is important. But officials must avoid rhetoric about displaced people that can fuel xenophobia.
Children and teenagers can add to our knowledge of the natural world through citizen science projects.
Vehicle import restrictions on their own are unlikely to yield meaningful, sustained public health and environmental gains in Africa.
Kenya, Malawi, Gabon, Nigeria and Togo are already interested in scaling carbon credit production.
Climate change is a huge threat to Madagascar’s four forest types – urgent action is needed to ensure they don’t disappear completely.
At least 115 of Indonesia’s islands will be underwater due to a combination of sea level rise and land subsidence. What do these estimates mean to Indonesia’s future as an archipelagic state?
By following these unusual energy-saving tips, you will not only cut costs but will also help to conserve resources for future generations.
Stopping the expansion of offshore oil and gas extraction is a critical but often overlooked step towards achieving global climate targets and protecting our oceans and planet.
As a child of Hungarian Jews, reading Eichmann in Jerusalem was a revelation to Peter Christoff. Yet might the ‘Eichmann problem’ of criminal disregard apply, today to those exploiting fossil fuels?
A leading climate scientist explains why going over 1.5 degrees Celsius puts the world in a danger zone.
Given how much young people have achieved in the fight against climate crisis it’s crucial their voices are really heard at COP27.
Does the Global North have a moral responsibility to protect and compensate those in the Global South that disproportionately bear the brunt of climate change devastation?
Sponsorship from fossil-fuel companies is worth millions to Australian sport. But growing opposition from the public and athletes themselves may force sports to rethink these deals.
Words matter. It’s vital terms like ‘crisis’ and ‘calamity’ don’t become rhetorical devices devoid of real content as we argue about what climate action to take.
Where new early learning and child-care programs are located, how they are designed, built and resourced, and what they teach can either add to the problem of climate change or help mitigate it.
Governments and organizations must listen to older adults’ experiences with extreme heat, flooding and wildfire smoke to create effective policies and programs
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We are living in an age of accelerating crises. Businesses need to respond to current crises, be better prepared for future crises, and address their contribution to these crises in the first place.