Global South countries that are least responsible for the climate crisis are being forced to take on the devastating costs, writes Jerome Phelps.
Needed: A Global Climate Insurgency
All human beings have valid claims against all states that are destroying the planet’s atmospheric commons, writes Jeremy Brecher.
New Year’s Day 2050
The international community will, by mid-century, need to find new forms of collaboration to contain the damage wrought by climate catastrophe, writes Alfred W. McCoy.
UN Official Also on the Board of Shell
If Jane Holl Lute’s many endeavors outside the U.N. passed the institution’s ethics test, her latest gig became more complicated, Stéphanie Fillion reports.
In First Post After Prison, Craig Murray Rips COP26
Glasgow 21 was rather more sinister than blah blah blah, writes the former U.K. diplomat, after first thanking his supporters.
COP26: Uberizing Farms to Save the Climate
At COP26, there was a notable silence around the distorted food system that pollutes the Earth and our bodies, writes Vijay Prashad.
COP26: Glasgow & the Military Industrial Mindset
Paul Rogers says the military-industrial mindset of state-on-state conflict is utterly obsolete in the face of the global threat of climate breakdown.
COP-26: UN SG Blasts Climate Agreement
U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres bluntly criticized the final, non-binding communique of the Glasgow climate summit, saying, “We are still knocking on the door of climate catastrophe.”
COP26: Biden Under Fire for ‘Failing to Act on Fossil Fuels’
“We’re in a five-alarm fire, but Biden refuses to use a firehose,” said one critic of the U.S. performance at the Glasgow climate conference, which ended on Saturday.
COP26: Climate Summit Ends Dangerously Short of Goal
The COP26 climate conference in Glasgow is over with a ‘hollowed-out,’ non-binding final communique being denounced as leaving the 1.5°C goal ‘on life support’.