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Debates surrounding energy transition.
Debunking renewable energy myths
The consensus reached at COP28 satisfied no one — except for the big polluters
To mitigate climate disaster, we have to stop using fossil fuels — but this year’s COP is unlikely…
The 2023 IMF-WBG Annual Meetings showed how environmental and economic questions are intertwined
Recent climate change negotiations revealed a widening gap between Global North and South
Debt for Climate co-founder Sunny Morgan on the connections between climate, debt, and colonialism
There were both historic wins as well as serious failures at this year’s UN climate conference
The climate conference’s Loss and Damage success was overshadowed by backward steps and quiescence…
While finance for climate loss and damage may be in sight, climate justice is not
We need a feminist, decolonial, and transformative approach
“Climate Action” will not lead to climate justice on its own
There will be no climate change conference in 2020—but our future is nevertheless being negotiated
What the coronavirus can teach us about the climate crisis
A critical assessment of 11th Meeting of the Executive Committee of the Warsaw International…
With climate diplomacy on hold, how will movements respond?
UNFCCC’s “June Momentum” showed that climate action is not on a “pandemic break”
So far, too little attention has been paid to how the climate crisis is already bringing about…
Climate justice and the pandemic
Las negociaciones de la cumbre climática nunca habían estado tan lejos de las exigencias de las…
Never before have negotiations at a climate summit been so at odds with the demands of people all…
Our commentary on COP25
Nuestro comentario para el lanzamiento de la cumbre climática de la ONU en Madrid
Will COP25 act on the emergency?
Denialism gains foothold amidst declarations of climate emergency
Why the outcome of Katowice is far from enough.
Human rights have become a bargaining chip
Time constraints, just transition and climate debt at the COP24
The struggle for climate justice must be seen as the “real” agenda 2030.