02.09.2021
Conflict, Borders, and Division: The Fallout from the Climate Crisis

In The New Border Wars, Klaus Dodds predicts that floods will continue to ravage our continents, with devastating consequences for both people and ecosystems.

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16.08.2021
Tracing Our Legacy on a Changing Planet

What story will be told by the plastic, carbon, concrete, nuclear waste, and cities we leave behind?

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05.08.2021
Fighting the New Climate Change Denialism

A new type of denialism is taking hold in the fossil fuel industry, a bid to ward off systemic change and protect their business model.

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03.08.2021
From the Green Wave to Eco-hegemony

On questions such as climate, Greens have won the battle of ideas, but the battle for power is still being fought. Is it time for a new strategy?

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23.06.2021
“No Good Choices Left”: Our Dilemma Under a White Sky

After her Pulitzer-winning The Sixth Extinction, Elizabeth Kolbert’s new book, Under a White Sky, describes the world of “techno-fixes” to the damage we have inflicted on nature. Today, the world faces the dilemma that even the most well-intentioned interventions risk making matters worse, though we may no longer have the luxury of refusing them. In a century that will be shaped by the climate crisis, learning to navigate humanity’s “mixture of hubris and cluelessness” when dealing with nature will be essential.

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14.06.2021
Cultivating Meat: A Food Revolution?

Meat products grown in a laboratory could soon be widely available but is this something environmentalists should welcome and support?

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26.05.2021
Citizens’ Assemblies Won’t Save Us

Citizens’ assemblies will not be a silver bullet for the climate crisis.

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26.05.2021
No Time for Castles: From Closed to Open Democracy

For proponents of deliberative democracy, today’s representative regimes offer nothing more than illusion.

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16.01.2021
Green Transition in China: At What Cost?

China’s action on climate is often touted as decisive and admirable. But its human and environmental costs cannot be ignored.

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30.11.2020
Storytelling in the Eye of the Storm: The Pandemic Through the Lens of Environmental Breakdown

A conversation with the acclaimed novelist on the parallels between the climate crisis and the pandemic, and imagining alternatives for our interconnected world.

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