It seems unlikely that activists' demands to "keep 1.5 alive" will be met.
Previewing the "global stocktake" of climate progress, demands for climate reparations, and the call for a worldwide fossil fuel phase-out.
But there may come a time when you remember it as cool.
The 'skeptical environmentalist' offers 12 low-cost, proven policies that he says could save 4.2 million lives and generate $1.1 trillion in new wealth every year.
The 'Skeptical Environmentalist' offers 12 low-cost, proven policies that he says would save 4.2 million lives and generate $1.1 trillion in new wealth every year.
Geoffrey Swenson’s book Contending Orders tackles Afghanistan and Timor-Leste.
The doomsday consensus around climate change is "manufactured," says scientist Judith Curry.
One place where environmentalists and libertarians are on the same page
Climate change is a problem, but the IPCC AR6 Synthesis Report is wrong to suggest that humanity is on the brink of catastrophic warming.
Poor countries expecting a climate change reparations bonanza will likely be disappointed.
The good news is that does not mean "instant Armageddon" by 2030.
The bigger problem now is that outmoded regulations stand in the way of deployment.
At COP27, poor countries demand climate change "loss and damage" funding from rich countries.
Europe is facing an energy crisis, but bureaucrats need to realize that long-term climate goals can be addressed without sacrificing the well-being of the population.
Small, private groups are working to feed the hungry and evacuate the endangered.
Countries across Europe have been praised for their warm welcome toward Ukrainian refugees. But are all refugees treated equally?
The policies and technologies they reject as "false solutions" would actually work to mitigate climate change.
Planting trees as a partial solution to climate change has broad bipartisan appeal.
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Meanwhile, the U.S.-China Joint Glasgow Declaration is "a stage-managed nothingburger."
Top-down mandates will only slow down the energy transition.
How much good can $6 billion really do?
China and Russia aren’t interested in bigger emissions cuts.
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The findings of the newest IPCC report on the future of the planet—called a "code red" for humanity—have been wildly distorted.
They claim that only state actors could have carried out the assault on the Russian dissident.
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"Humankind" instead of "mankind," "salesperson" instead of "salesman," and so on
Wet markets should be made safer, not driven underground.
Stores seem full now, but both illness and legal barriers could interfere with the economy of food production and distribution.
Activists Denounce Madrid Climate Change Conference Outcomes as 'Totally Unacceptable' and 'Deeply Flawed'
COP25 whimpers to its inconclusive close.
Hope, despair, diplomatic equivocation
In a new book, Peter Boghossian, one of the perpetrators of the "grievance studies" hoax, outlines how ideological opponents can reach common ground.
Or, will global leaders ignore them just like they did the People's Climate March in 2014?
A new report from the U.N.'s High Commissioner for Human Rights finds a "shockingly high" number of politically motivated extrajudicial killings.
But predictions of the apocalypse are again likely overstated.
"For the first time ever there are now more people in the world older than 65 than younger than 5."