Settled enough: Climate science, skepticism and prudence
Science is an edifice that is never finished. It is expanded, remodeled, and strengthened continually by the […]
Renewable energy production will exacerbate mining threats to biodiversity
Abstract Renewable energy production is necessary to halt climate change and reverse associated biodiversity losses. However, generating […]
Where hyperinflation really threatens
NOT GROCERIES, NOT WAGES – SYSTEMIC EXPOSURE Right now, the outlook for inflation – or, conversely, for […]
Bright Green Lies: Review
It’s been a year since ‘Planet of the Humans’ caused the leaders of climate campaigns to go […]
Climate change: Growing doubts over chip fat biofuel
New research questions the environmental impact of rising imports of used cooking oil (UCO) into the UK […]
Earth and Humanity: Myth and Reality
Earth and Humanity: Myth and Reality outlines 33 core myths underpinning modern cultural conversations and behaviors. By […]
The Way to Live – Official Trailer
THE WAY TO LIVE: IF WE LEARN TO LISTEN, MOTHER EARTH WILL SHOW US THE WAY. Many […]
Combating plastics waste: UD researchers report possible solutions for hard-to-recycle plastics
Millions of tons of plastic end up in landfills every year. It’s a big societal problem and […]
Debate: How to report on water conflict and cooperation
News reports can influence negotiations over shared water resources and play a key role in determining if […]
Jean-Marc Jancovici : Will technology save us from Climate Change ? MIT Media Lab
CLIMATE TALK: WILL TECHNOLOGY SAVE US FROM CLIMATE CHANGE? Presented by the Responsive Environments group at the […]
What Does An Ecological Civilization Look Like?
A society based on natural ecology might seem like a far-off utopia—yet communities everywhere are already creating it. As […]
Hydrogen will not be the new oil of the XXI century
[Photo: H2 hydrogen molecule – copyright by Shutterstock/Alexander Limbach] For the fourth time over the last fifty […]
Doomsday clock panel welcomes Biden win but keeps hands at ‘100 seconds to midnight’
The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists’ measure of the world’s vulnerability to catastrophe, remains at 100 seconds […]
The Monthly Global Change Review #02
Top photo – “The Beach”, Acrylique sur toile (detail ) (2018) © Hadrien de Corneillan A monthly publication […]
Rethinking Democracy From the Perspective of Political Ecology
This piece originally appeared in Spanish in La Jornada, 1 December 2020. Translation into English by Jane […]
Degrowth and the Unmaking of Capitalism
Liberating our minds from the imperative of endless economic growth and profit maximization is one of the […]
Why I’m feeling hopeful about the environment in 2021
This year, 2021, a number of things are coming together to help achieve a low-carbon future. In […]
In-depth Q&A: Does the world need hydrogen to solve climate change?
Hydrogen gas has long been recognised as an alternative to fossil fuels and a potentially valuable tool […]
Chomsky and Prashad: There are 3 major threats to life on Earth that we must address in 2021
Large parts of the world—outside of China and a few other countries—face a runaway virus, which has […]
Fundamental Questions: Is Green Hydrogen a Thing?
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Fundamental Questions: What is a Green Hydrogen Economy?
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Fundamental Questions: Are We at a Green Energy Turning Point?
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How the European Union could achieve net-zero emissions at net-zero cost
The decarbonization pathways to a net-zero Europe are countless, but not all are cost optimal. We explore […]
World pushes ahead with climate action as U.S. remains in limbo
The Biden administration will confront new global climate politics while stuck on sidelines of a Dec. 12 […]
G20 governments have committed $151 billion to fossil fuels in COVID-19 recovery packages
The new Energy Policy Tracker offers a near-real-time snapshot of public funding commitments and other government policies […]