Increasing global temperatures are contributing to adverse climate events. In this article, Marian Corera investigates the the economic cost of climate change and the need for climate action.
A special report examining how some of the world’s leading institutions and states are addressing climate change and where they’re coming up short.
The 2016 US election has been a watershed for the rise of conspiracy theories in public discussion and policy. Their popularity will have serious consequences for international politics.
Erin Loney reports on the recent reset of the Doomsday Clock, which now sits at two and a half minutes to midnight.
The Paris Climate Agreement has been ratified by many leading countries in today’s fight against climate change. Why hasn’t Russia joined in?
Today’s inauguration of Donald Trump as the 45th President of the United States marks the official start to the business mogul’s venture into politics. The somewhat ominous prospects of Trump’s leadership have other states, Canada included, wondering what’s in store once the Republicans take the White House. We asked the Program Editors here at the […]
China’s coal burning contributes a significant amount of the total CO2 and greenhouse gases in the air, but its government claims to be working towards reducing its emissions. Marietta Armanyous looks at whether China is actually making efforts to change its impact on climate change from a negative to positive one.