The climate and energy policies of the United States and African countries should build on three shared interests—and address three strategic tensions.
Sophia Besch sits down with Stewart to unpack the recent announcement of Germany supplying Leopard 2 tanks to Ukraine and the future of European defense strategy.
An aborted ski season in Switzerland is likely to do more to drive climate politics than a heat wave in India, even if the latter causes immensely more human suffering.
A one-stop source for following global trends in climate policy protests since 2022.
As climate politics become more salient, demonstrations will likely multiply and expand in influence.
Climate change exacerbates the underlying social and governmental weaknesses that violent groups profit from.
The agreement on a new loss and damage fund is one of the summit’s bright spots, but more needs to be done to deliver the trillions of dollars needed to finance the low-carbon transition.
A compilation of Africa-based research organizations working on climate-related technical and policy issues.
Carnegie climate experts share their recommended reads on the global warming crisis.
As the many instances of reparations throughout history show, paying reparations always sounds unrealistic until it isn’t. And there is more to reparations than handing over money and considering the matter settled.