A recent study found one billion people are likely to die prematurely by the end of the century from climate change. Here are seven energy policies that could save their lives.
Climate and investment laws must align for the global south to get climate justice and achieve net-zero emissions.
It’s been five years since school students first went on strike for climate action. Much has changed.
Preliminary findings show that managed retreat, structural flood protection and climate-resilient development projects are most at risk of maladaptation.
Often those most impacted by climate change are those least able to engage with climate discourse. Universities have a responsibility to engage with these communities.
An unprecedented win for climate justice in Montana has the potential to send reverberations around the world, including here in Canada.
Climate change and related droughts, hurricanes, floods and other extreme weather events are making it harder.
The United Nations’ decision to ask the International Court of Justice for an advisory opinion on countries’ climate obligations has been hailed as a ‘turning point in climate justice’.
There have been 27 UN COP meetings. Despite these negotiations, the planet is on target to exceed emission thresholds for global warming. Given these failures, why continue with this process?
An expert in climate justice reports from Sharm El Sheikh.
The new Global Shield won’t work as ultimately rich countries and companies must foot the bill.
Wealthy nations have been reluctant to put loss and damage on the COP27 agenda. If negotiations fail, they could ‘unravel the fragile hopes for climate solidarity’
Stronger pledges, more climate finance, and payments for loss and damage.
That’s the big question at the upcoming UN Climate Change Conference, known as COP27, and it’s controversial.
Carbon taxes targeting luxury emissions are more popular than those which make necessities more expensive.
Seas are rising in the Torres Strait, swamping crops and graveyards. Friday’s decision by a landmark UN committee is a breakthrough for Indigenous rights and climate justice.
Developing countries want industrialised countries to pay reparations for loss and damage caused by climate change. Even with disasters ramping up, wealthy nations are resisting.
In the UK, ethnic minorities are four times more likely to live in the most vulnerable neighbourhoods.
Most rich white countries, including Australia, refuse to accept the climate debt they owe to poorer countries and communities.
Some children and youth find the effects of climate change are traumatic. Taking a trauma-informed approach to education can nurture resilience.