Adapt or Else: What the Latest IPCC Report Means for Europe and the World

We gather insights from an IPCC lead author and green actors on options for policymakers amid the rapidly closing window for climate adaptation.

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Broken Promises on the Road to COP26

Anne Marie Bihirabake explains the effects of climate change in Burundi, vaccine politics and its impacts for many activists wishing to attend COP26.

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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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Biden’s Climate Promises Face US Political Deadlock

The new administration’s plans are running up against the reality of a divided legislative system and a political economy hooked on fossil fuels.

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Civil Society Must Be at the Heart of a Renewed Transatlantic Solidarity

After four years of chauvinistic rhetoric and isolationist politics, it is time to usher in a new era of vibrant democracy and constructive multilateralism.

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Biden’s Climate Plan: Hope Alone or a Turning Point?

Climate change will be high on the agenda in the first 100 days of Biden’s presidency. Here’s what he has promised and why a clean break with fossil is improbable.

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